Michigan State University. Buildings. Wells Hall
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Scope and Contents This collection consists of 11 postcards of scenes and buildings of Michigan Agricultural College (now Michigan State University). Notable images include sheep grazing along Farm Lane; "the Shops" consisting of the Wood Shop, Machine Shop, Foundry, and Forge Shop; Wells Hall; interior of M.A.C. Power Plant; interior of the Chapel; Old College Hall surrounded by stumps; scenes of the Red Cedar River; and a scene of a student standing on top of the Class of 1900 fountain/horse trough as an...
Dates: 1908 - 1909
Scope and Contents The Sidney Stevens collection contains an Michigan Agricultural College Bulletin from 1912 that advertises the college. The bulletin has photographs of the Agriculture Building, Engineering Hall, Wells Hall, Abbot Hall, Williams Hall, the Women's Building [Morrill Hall], the college band, the college post office, the forest nursery, the main dairy barn and a panoramic photograph of a vista near the main entrance of campus. There are also M.A.C. postcards of cannons in front of Wells Hall,...
Dates: 1912, 1914, Undated
- Subject: Postcards X