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    SLII Campus Spring of 1903 Old Martin Hall

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    Girls dormitory, the picture was taken during the summer "normal" school of 1902. During the summers SLII became a "Normal" college for teachers from around the state.

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    Old Martin Hall, January 1903. Taken from across Institute Avenue.

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    Originally posted by SLII

    Girls dormitory, the picture was taken during the summer "normal" school of 1902. During the summers SLII became a "Normal" college for teachers from around the state.


    Is this now Foster Hall?

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    Nevermind, I saw in another thread that this was on the other side of old Martin Hall from Foster Hall.


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    1903 football game.

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    Looks like a Rugby scrum.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Turbine View Post

    Girls dormitory, the picture was taken during the summer "normal" school of 1902. During the summers SLII became a "Normal" college for teachers from around the state.
    The picture of this building reminds me of the old Holy Rosary Institute on Carmel Dr. I wonder if they were built around the same time and designed by the same architect.

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