Clark Hall, 1928

Clark Hall.jpg

Title

Clark Hall, 1928

Subject

University of Alabama

Description

A photograph of the University of Alabama campus with 3 buildings mentioned, Gorgas and Manly Hall are dormitories, Clark Hall is class rooms.

Clark Hall on the University of Alabama campus was designed by New Orleans architect William A. Freret and built in 1884-1885. Freret also designed Manly and Garland Halls. The first of Freret's buildings was named in honor of Willis G. Clark, a University trustee from 1876 to 1898.

The first floor of Clark Hall housed the library, reading rooms, and a chapel, with a large public hall and balcony on the second and third floors.

Source

Ian Crawford

Date

1928

Contributor

Betty Slowe (Description)

Type

Photograph

Identifier

2488

Coverage

Tuscaloosa (AL)

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