Administration Building

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Shorewood High School (Wisconsin) - Facilities - Administration Building
... The original building on the multiple building campus of the school is the administration building, it was constructed in 1925 and features a copper dome that is ...
Administration Building, Carnegie Institution Of Washington
... The Administration Building, Carnegie Institute of Washington is a Beaux-Arts style building designed by architects Carrere and Hastings ... lead "to the improvement of mankind." The Beaix-Arts style building, designed by New York architects Carrerre and Hastings, was completed in 1910 ... The building currently houses the administrative offices of the Carnegie Institution ...
Bergen County Court House - Construction
... On the first floor of the rotunda building there was a fountain ... In the 1930s as part of the Works Progress Administration (WPA), murals were painted in courtrooms 253 and 352 ... There are four stained glass skylights in the rotunda building ...
History Of Ball State University - The Pre-Ball Years
... president's residence were housed in what is now known as the Ball State Administration building ... The then one-building school had a peak enrollment of 256 and charged $10 for a year's tuition ... They also kept up the insurance on the Administration Building and used it for storage ...
List Of Bowling Green State University Buildings - Administration Building
... As the student population increased during the 1940s and 1950s, the administration population also boomed calling for the need of new office spaces ... construction of the $1 million, ten-story Administration Building in 1963 ... Most of the administrative offices were moved into the Administration Building after its completion including the offices of the President (until 1977), Bursar, Housing ...

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