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Student is reading on the front steps of the Chemistry Building, Clark Hall, West Virginia University.
Two workmen reconditioning the Chemistry Building Lecture Room in Clark Hall, West Virginia University.
Couple is sitting in front of the Chemistry Building, Clark Hall, West Virginia University.
Exterior view of Chemistry Building, Clark Hall, in West Virginia University.
Two students are walking on the sidewalk by the 'Tin Can' temporary Engineering Building and Clark Hall, West Virginia University.
Coloson Hall with Clark Hall under construction in foreground.
View of Temporary Engineering Sciences building located on WVU's downtown campus adjacent to Clark Hall where the Chemistry Annex Building is today.  This building was referred to as the 'Tin Can'.
The ceremony took place at the Mountainlair Plaza on campus.
'Left to Right: Corner Mechanical Hall, Chemistry, old cafeteria (later used for buildings and grounds), Administration, & bleachers in back of Reynolds Hall.'
Mechanical Hall was located on this site before it burned down.  The temporary Engineering building, Chemistry building, and part of the Wise Library are also visible.
Buildings pictured are Engineering II, Physics, President's Home, Administration, Law School, and Chemistry.
View of buildings on University Avenue, opposite E. Moore Hall, etc.  Cafeteria building destroyed, Health Center building being moved to where former stood.  Background- Main library, Chemistry, shops, Reynolds, Administration building.
Now known as the Carruth Center.
Now known as the Carruth Center.
This view is from after 1931.
'This is the picture Vic Haines thinks shows where Reynolds Hall was or is torn almost to the ground (evidence the crane) and Mountainlair is being constructed at the same time.  This remains a question.  It looks like most of it is Mountainlair, all the way.  But Mountainlair also isn't that near the sidewalk, so it may be that it is???? The type of cars makes it seem Mountainlair.'
Front left: Engineering building II and  behind it is the Physics building.  Back left to right: President's home, Administration, Law School, Chemistry building.
View of the Engineering building, Main Library in the background, Chemistry building, and shops.
View from after 1954.
'Tin Can.'