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Read Hall

Read Hall then and now. [Left] Read Hall garden ca. 1931 (courtesy of the UMC Archives: C:22/8/14). [Right] Read Hall as seen today.

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Interior of Read Hall Dormitory room, ca. 1931
(courtesy of the UMC Archives: C:22/8/14))
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Article from The Columbia Herald, 2/3/1905: "State University Under Fire"
(courtesy of the State Historical Society)
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Article from the St. Louis Post-Dispatch, 2/5/1905: "Read Hall, Girls Dormitory at State University, Will Be Investigated..."
(courtesy of the State Historical Society)
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Article from The Independent, 2/14/01907: "Dormitories: The Great Need for a Girls' Dormitory at M.S.U."
(courtesy of the UMC Archives: Read Hall vertical file)
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Article from The Independent, 5/12/1902: "Passing of the U.B. Club"
(courtesy of the UMC Archives: Read Hall vertical file)
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Article from the Columbia Missouri Statesman, 2/17/1905: "No Criticism on Read Hall "
(courtesy of the State Historical Society)
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Article from Missouri Alumnus, 1/1951: "Read Hall"
(courtesy of the UMC Archives: Read Hall vertical file)
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