Aerial view of Manning Hall, Redfern constructionClemson University LibrariesOn back: Manning Hall; [High Rise dorm]; [ca. 1967]; Clemson News Bureau Photo by Charles Haralson Shows construction work for Lever Hall (bottom left), Schilletter Dining Hall (partly hidden by Manning), and Redfern Health Center. The Agricultural Engineering Building (later McAdams Hall) and Newman Hall stand in background.
Barnett Hall, Under ConstructionClemson University LibrariesWest-facing exterior shot of Barnett Hall under construction, with Mauldin Hall and Long Hall in background. On back: [Low Rise dormitories];[Construction];[Barnett Hall]; Pg 14 Pic #3; Men's Dorm
Brackett Hall addition under constructionClemson University LibrariesOn back: 83-59. Project: Brackett Hall, View: 3rd Floor looking South, Date Taken: 3/8/65. Physical Plant Division Received Mar. 11, 1965
Brackett Hall near completionClemson University LibrariesOn back: [Chemistry Building, Brackett Hall, 1960s] 83-59. 1071-6. Joseph W. Molitor Architectural and Industrial photography . 10 East 39th Street, New York 16, N.Y.
Brackett Hall nearing completionClemson University LibrariesOn back: Chem. Building Exterior [1960s] 1071-2. Joseph W. Molitor Architectural and Industrial photography. 10 East 39th Street, New York 16, N.Y.
Building inspection committee for Sirrine HallClemson University LibrariesOn back: [Sirrine Hall]; Building Inspection Committee, New Textile Building, Clemson S.C. August 23, 1938. Front row, left to right: Mr. [illegible], P.W.A; J. E. Sirrine, President of J. E. Sirrine Company, Engineers and Architects; J. C. Littlejohn, Business Manager of Clemson College; C. E. Daniel, President Construction Company; and Ed. Moore, foreman for Daniel Construction Company.; Back row, left to right: B. A. Morgan, J. E. Sirrine Company; H. H. Willis, Dean of Clemson Textile School; L. W. Burdette, J. E. Sirrine Company; and George Morgan, J. E. Sirrine Co.
Cadets gathered at Textile Building under constructionClemson University LibrariesNo information is on the back of the photo."Cadets are shown assembled in 1898 at future site of the textile building, later called Godfrey Hall, in this early construction photo." (Riley, Clemson University, p.35)
Charles Horn and Sam Earle at Earle Hall dedicationClemson University LibrariesOn back: UA100_001197; Dr. Charles L. Horn; Dr. Samuel B. Earle; ground breaking exercise; Earle Chemical Engineering Building - Sept 27 1958; File, CHARLES L. HORN (left); S.B. EARLE; [01-87]; 9666-11