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Mechanical Hall II stood where the Mountainlair parking garage plaza is today, bordering Prospect Street.  The old Armory building bounded N. High Street enclosing the area that is now the Mountainlair plaza for a football field that was used until the stadium below Woodburn Hall was built.
Boiler room at back.
Front view of Mechanical Hall II building.
Front view of the second Mechanical Hall building, located across the Chemistry Research Laboratory.
'News and Information Services; West Virginia University; Morgantown, W. Va.'
Horse drawn wagon and an early model car are parked beside Mechanical Hall II.
Cost of build was $55,000.
View of machine in Mechanical Hall II building, where room 117 is now.
View of students and instructor at Mechanical Hall II building.  Instructor- left background, Stillman.
Wharton Harris Co. Safety Boiler built for West Virginia University 1894.
'I. C. White property included present sites of Min. Ind. Bldg, (White Hall); Library; Chemistry Building, and Chemistry Annex.'
'Left to Right: Corner Mechanical Hall, Chemistry, old cafeteria (later used for buildings and grounds), Administration, & bleachers in back of Reynolds Hall.'
'I. C. White, wife and daughter on White property, site of present Chemistry Building Annex.  The entire White property now is the site of the Mineral Industry (White Hall) Building, Library, Chemistry Building, and Annex.  In front of Mechanical Hall, Prospect Street where library is now.'
View of students walking around North High Street.  Fraternity houses on left side of street.  Ruins of Mechanical Hall II on front left.  Girls dorm, Boreman, on right.  Men's Halls, later changed to Boreman when girls were to live in them.
Showing Armory and Mechanical Hall, both now gone.
WVU College of Engineering students working in electrical engineering laboratory under the office in Mechanical Hall.  'Rheostat nicknamed 'baby carriage.'