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1968 Aerial View: North Campus
ca. 1968. On image verso: Martin Photo. Two high-rise residence halls; Nash Hall, left, and Mathes Hall, its neighbor, dedicated by Governor Dan Evans in a ceremony on campus October 11, form a gateway to Western Washington State College in Bellingham. The two buildings were named for the first two presidents of the college.
Martin Studio (photographer)
b/w ; 8 x 10 in.
Klein, Henry, 1921-
North Campus (Western Washington University)
Mathes Hall (Bellingham, Wash.)
Nash Hall (Bellingham, Wash.)
Edens Hall (Bellingham, Wash. : 1922-)
Edens Hall North (Bellingham, Wash.)
Old Main (Bellingham, Wash.)
Campus History Collection
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