Monday Memory - New Construction Projects Announced, 1946

by Price Lab History | Jan 29, 2018

In 1945 the state Teachers College proposed three new buildings to meet the needs of the post-war era. The first expenditure from state funds for capital improvements in almost 20 years. Among the proposed construction was a new laboratory school to be built on the north end of campus. Initial plans called for a two-story Campus School building, with two wings joined by a central section. With larger classrooms to allow space for both campus school and college students, the early plans also included school gardens for use in agricultural experiments and by classes in biology, botany and general science.

You can read the full article on the construction projects from the January 4, 1946 issue of "The College Eye" by following this link:

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