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Former College of Law Building.
Right: Tina M. Parton, Audiovisual Technical Assistant and  Left: Catherine J. Groves, Library Technical Assistant in  Colson Hall.  Trina explains the operation of a 16 mm projector to Catherine.
Drawing of 'proposed Law building.'
Architect Charles W. Bates, Wheeling, W. Va.; Heating Contractor, Alex Zeck and Son, Morgantown, W. Va.  From the Heating and Ventilating Magazine, August 1924, pg. 109 in and advertisement for Heatovent and the Buckeye Blower Company.
Men standing at steps of Colson Hall.
Coloson Hall with Clark Hall under construction in foreground.
John D. Rockefeller speaking at the podium.  Robert Byrd seated behind to the left.
The 35 star flag hanging in the WV Collection represents the time period when West Virginia was the state most recently admitted into the Union in June 1863.
Man walking through entrance door of Colson Hall.
Students researching at tables in the West Virginia Collection. View looking down from the mezzanine.
Gene Budig in center standing. Governor Rockefeller (left) and Senator Byrd (left) seated.
Governor Rockefeller speaks to the crowd; Senator Byrd is seated beside the podium.
Two students look at materials in the West Virginia Collection.
View of lights and cracks in ceiling.
Governor John D. Rockefeller and Robert Byrd are in attendance.
Student looking at manuscript materials and man standing in background.
Now Colson Hall and Purinton House.
Published by I. Robbins and Son. (From postcard collection legacy system--WVU.)
View overlooking Mountaineer Field and Woodburn Hall. Other university buildings seen are Chitwood Hall, Martin Hall, Woman's Hall (now Stalnaker Hall), Terrace Hall (now Dadisman Hall) the Armory Building, Mechanical Hall II, Brooks Hall, Arnold Hall, Armstrong Hall, Oglebay Hall, Clark Hall, Colson Hall, Elizabeth Moore Hall, Stansbury Hall, and the Downtown Library.
A view of the old Law Building, now known as Colson Hall.