Cadets Leaving Clothes at Laundry BuildingClemson University LibrariesClemson cadets piling bags of light and dark laundry in the rear entrance to the old laundry building, now demolished. On back: [Dillard bldg.]
Cadets Carrying Clothes to Laundry BuildingClemson University LibrariesClemson cadets carrying bags of light and dark laundry to the rear entrance of the old laundry building, now demolished. On back: [Dillard bldg.]
Exterior, Dairy BuildingClemson University LibrariesOn back: DAIRY [1910s]; Exterior shot of the Dairy Building, which was designed by Rudolph Edward Lee, alumn and first head of the School of Architecture.
Barracks No. 3Clemson University LibrariesOn back: Third Barracks. Clemson College, SC. Clemson, South Carolina, is the home of the Clemson Tigers, and this beautiful building, set off by the four huge columns, is the home of many Clemson's all ROTC students. While this would be called a dormitory at most institutions, the ROTC institutions, leads students to call all living quarters barracks. This modernly appointed four-poster is Third Barracks. Stamped: . Stamp covered by text: Clemson News Bureau.