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Guggenheim Hall

  • Guggenheim Hall

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    Built in 1910, Guggenheim Hall was designed by James Murdock in the neoclassical style. The north facade features a two-story entry portico with four Corinthian columns.
    Guggenheim Hall
  • Inga Allison

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    After Inga Allison became permanent head of the home economics program in 1911, she expanded the program beyond the domestic sciences. She is known for her high-altitude cooking experiments.
    Inga Allison
  • Guggenheim Hall, South Facade

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    The south side of Guggenheim Hall faces the Oval. In 1948 the arcade and patio were enclosed to provide extra office space.
    Guggenheim Hall, South Facade
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    Guggenheim Hall is now home to the Department of Construction Management, which in 2003 restored the building's interior and added efficient lighting and plumbing systems.
    Guggenheim Hall
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