Included with Image: Miller Hall -- Pictured here is a view of the new Miller Hall from across the brick-floored quadrangle on the Western Washington State College campus. The tiled-roof portion at the left is a part of the former Campus School building at the college. At right are Fisher Fountain and a corner of Bond Hall. The new building was named in memory of Dr. Irving Elgar Miller, who was chairman of the education and psycology department at the Bellingham institution for 25 years. Public Information Office. Original Inventory Number: 19690801d (#1351.8b)
ca. 1968. Original inventory #0598.6. On verso of photo: "Lecture halls and large areas such as this mathematics classroom are located on lower floors and are directly accessible from either a central hallway or from outdoors. Careful planning by a committee of college faculty and staff working in cooperation with the architects resulted in efficient space utilization. Even such details such as selection of chairs received careful consideration. Light-weight, flexible seats used throughout the building are comfortable and exceptionally durable as they are able to absorb the constant stresses of continued use."