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    • Charles Wilson's cenotaph

    • Monuments & memorials; Politicians; Memorial rites & ceremonies; Rites & ceremonies;
    • The February 2011 dedication of Charlie Wilson's cenotaph at Texas State Cemetery in Austin, Texas.
    • I.D. Henderson Scrapbook 1

    • Scrapbooks; African Americans; Political activity; Politics & government;
    • I.D. Henderson was the first African American elected to the position of county commissioner in Angelina County, Texas, a position he held for twenty years. This scrapbook includes materials on his efforts and achievements within the community of...
    • Gibbs Hall (Hall 8)

    • Universities & colleges; Stephen F. Austin State University; Buildings; Dorms; Student housing
    • The Girl's Dormitory construction started on September 6, 1938. Residents moved into Gibbs Hall, the first all female residence hall on campus. The $200,000 building located on Clark Boulevard was constructed with Public Works Administration funds....
    • Griffith Hall (Hall 15)

    • Universities & colleges; Stephen F. Austin State University; Buildings; Dorms; Student housing
    • Construction began in the summer of 1964 of this five story building. Griffith Hall opened for the Fall 1965 Semester as an all female residence hall. The building was constructed on the Griffith Park, which had been owned by the City of...
    • Hall 14

    • Universities & colleges; Dormitories;
    • Hall 14 was constructed in 1964 on the campus of Stephen F. Austin State University. The residence hall was originally all male and housed 439 students. Today, Hall 14 is used a co-ed residence hall. Former residents of Hall 14 refer to is as "the...
    • Wilson Hall (Hall 13)

    • Universities & colleges; Stephen F. Austin State University; Buildings; Dorms; Student housing
    • Wilson Hall (Dorm 13) is a residence hall built in 1963 to house 247 student residents on the campus of Stephen F. Austin State University. Wilson Hall was named for Walte F. Wilson the individual who originally owned the property.
    • Mays Hall

    • Universities & colleges; Stephen F. Austin State University; Buildings; Dorms; Student housing
    • The foundation of Mays Hall, originally known as the Senior Women's Dormitory, was laid in August 1950. The $280,000 dormitory was dedicated on September 29, 1951. It contained a dining facility that also served Gibbs Hall. The building originally...
    • Garner Apartments (Hall 19)

    • Universities & colleges; Stephen F. Austin State University; Buildings; Dorms; Student housing; Apartments
    • Garner Hall construction began in the summer of 1968. The 14 story structure housed 532 students and originally was not designated as either male or female. As construction continued it appeared it would be a male hall but finally but finally was...
    • Todd Hall (Hall 7)

    • Universities & colleges; Stephen F. Austin State University; Buildings; Dorms; Student housing
    • Todd Hall (Hall 7) was built in 1963 as a female residence hall with room for 109 residents.
    • Steen Hall (Hall 17)

    • Universities & colleges; Stephen F. Austin State University; Buildings; Dorms; Student housing
    • Gladys E. Steen Hall was built in 1968 on the campus of Stephen F. Austin State University. The "twin towers" housed 764 female residence and was named in honor of the first lady of Stephen F. Austin, who died during the buildings construction. The...
    • Ferguson Building

    • Stephen F. Austin State University; Universities & colleges; Buildings; Educational facilities;
    • Construction of the Liberal Arts Building began in June of 1968. The five-story, 75,000 square foot building would house the Departments of English, History, Sociology, Geography, Modern Languages, and Political Science. The building was dedicated...
    • Kerr Hall (Hall 18)

    • Universities & colleges; Stephen F. Austin State University; Buildings; Dorms; Student housing
    • Kerr Hall is a residence facility built in 1968 on the Stephen F. Austin State University campus. The building houses 538 female residence and is the sister structure to neighboring Martha T. Griffith Hall. The hall was named in honor of S. A....
    • Miller Science Building

    • Stephen F. Austin State University; Universities & colleges; Buildings; Educational facilities; Science;
    • The universities health center was added in 1959. The building originally housed 108 residence until 1963 when the first floor was renovated which raised the total number of residence to 175 students.
    • Kennedy Auditorium

    • Stephen F. Austin State University; Universities & colleges; Buildings; Educational facilities; Science;
    • Part of a $4 million building project that included the Science Building, the Auditorium started in September of 1966. The Auditorium, which was part of the first third of the construction, contained 500 seats and an array of A/V aids . The...
    • Art Studio

    • Stephen F. Austin State University; Universities & colleges; Buildings; Educational facilities;
    • The Art Studio building was opened for use in 1972. The building contains offices, and facilities for the fine arts.
    • Griffith Fine Arts Building

    • Stephen F. Austin State University; Buildings; Universities & colleges; Educational facilities;
    • Construction of the L.E. Griffith Jr. Fine Arts Building began in July of 1958 after Temple Associates of Diboll were awarded the construction contract for the $1.5 million auditorium and fine arts building. The Board of Regents accepted the...
    • Military Science Building

    • Stephen F. Austin State University; Universities & colleges; Buildings; Educational facilities
    • Construction of the first Military building began in the summer of 1968. The facility, along with alterations to the Boynton Library, were part of $136,957 contract with Franklin Pigg of Center. The ROTC moved to is current location in 1977 and its...
    • The Stone Fort Dedication

    • Stephen F. Austin State University; Buildings; Building dedications
    • The Old Stone Fort was rebuilt on the SFA campus in 1936. A dedication ceremony was held on Oct. 15, 1936 and was attended by a number of well know Texans. The ceremony a six episode play that chronicled the development of Texas from Native...
    • Gibbs Hall

    • Universities & colleges; Stephen F. Austin State University; Buildings; Dorms; Student housing
    • The Girl's Dormitory construction started on September 6, 1938. Residents moved into Gibbs Hall, the first all female residence hall on campus. The $200,000 building located on Clark Boulevard was constructed with Public Works Administration funds....
    • Older Sisters

    • Religion; Preaching; Spiritual Life; Philosophy; Friendship
    • George Foreman, born in Marshall, Texas, is perhaps best known for his career and success as a professional boxer, but his accomplishments have also extended beyond sports. During his career, Foreman became an ordained minister and delivered many...

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