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Women's Building
Women's Building
Image TitleWomen's Building
Description/NotesThe Women's Building was completed in 1926 and was designed by architect John V. Bennes of Portland. Bennes designed more than 20 OSU campus buildings, which were constructed during the 1910s to 1930s. The Women's Building was his only campus commission as a result of an open competition. It was considered by many to be his masterpiece.
It was designed as a physical education facility for women and presently houses the College of Health and Human Performance with classes for both men and women.
SubjectCampus buildings
Women's Building
Object TypeImage
Original FormatGelatin silver prints
Original CollectionBuildings Photographic Collection
Item NumberP16:94
RestrictionsPermission to use must be obtained from the OSU Archives.
Full resolutionArchives14\P016_0094.tif
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