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Northern Arizona University : Buildings as History

ISBN: 9780816529810 | 0816529817
Format: Hardcover
Publisher: Univ of Arizona Pr
Pub. Date: 6/7/2011

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Any university is composed of faculty, students, and staff. But these living components change over time to varying degrees, while the campus buildings are more permanent, remaining for decades, a century, or longer. This book looks at the buildings that have graced the campus of Northern Arizona University from its opening in 1898 to the present. The school began with a single building, Old Main, and it was joined by five other structures prior to World War I. In the following decades the campus remained relatively small, expanding to approximately twenty-five structures by the late 1950s. During the tenure of President J. Lawrence Walkup (1957-1979), the university effectively doubled in size, spreading southward and adding more than forty buildings, including an entire south campus academic center. Since 1979 the campus has witnessed the addition of more than thirty structures, most as infill within the existing campus layout. Arranged chronologically, this extensively illustrated volume briefly describes the history of every building that has been a part of the university's physical layout. The authors describe various structural aspects of each building and provide entertaining and informative anecdotes about events and people associated with the structures. By combing the university's archives, Drickamer and Runge have turned up photographs of each building as they looked shortly after construction and at present, providing a fascinating visual time lapse. With more than two hundred images of campus buildings, many of them never before published,Northern Arizona University: Buildings as Historyprovides a wonderful pictorial chronicle of the campus that will interest architectural historians as well as all those who have called NAU home.


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