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Experiment Station is the building at the "Y" intersection of University and College Ave.
Professor F. William Rane in the Horticulture Office
Students at work in a laboratory classroom at WVU.
West Virginia University's oldest building completed in 1870 stands beside Woodburn Seminary.
Left to right: Neil S. Bucklew, Gene Arthur Budig, Interim President Peter Magrath, James P. Clements, and David C. Hardesty, Jr.
Front view of the second Mechanical Hall building, located across the Chemistry Research Laboratory.
President Harlow with a man at a top of steps located between Mountainlair and Stewart Hall.
Built in 1892, Mechanical Hall I was located on present day Beechurst where Stansbury Hall is now (or close by).
The corner of Chestnut Ridge Road is in the upper left corner.  The road in the foreground connects to the Mileground.
President Irvin Stewart speaks at the dedication of Stewart Hall.