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    • Frandsen Humanities, 2008

    • 328 Frandsen Humanities / formerly the Agriculture Building (built 1918);
    • A student sits outside Frandsen Humanities in the morning. Frandsen Humanities was built in 1918. Originally the Agriculture Building, the name later changed to honor beloved biology professor and 1895 graduate Peter “Bugs” Frandsen. The...
    • Frandsen Humanities Building, 2000

    • 328 Frandsen Humanities / formerly the Agriculture Building (built 1918);
    • Students talk outside of the Frandsen Humanities Building on a sunny spring day. Frandsen Humanities was built in 1918. Originally the Agriculture Building, the name later changed to honor beloved biology professor and 1895 graduate Peter “Bugs”...
    • Frandsen Humanities Building, 2000

    • 328 Frandsen Humanities / formerly the Agriculture Building (built 1918);
    • Students stand outside of the Frandsen Humanities Building on a sunny spring day. Frandsen Humanities was built in 1918. Originally the Agriculture Building, the name later changed to honor beloved biology professor and 1895 graduate Peter “Bugs”...
    • Frandsen Humanities, 2000

    • 328 Frandsen Humanities / formerly the Agriculture Building (built 1918);
    • A student sits on the steps of Frandsen Humanities while reading a book. Frandsen Humanities was built in 1918. Originally the Agriculture Building, the name later changed to honor beloved biology professor and 1895 graduate Peter “Bugs”...
    • Lincoln Hall, Frandsen Humanities, and Manzanita Lake, 1944

    • 376C Lincoln Hall (1896); 328 Frandsen Humanities / formerly the Agriculture Building (built 1918); 414 Manzanita Lake;
    • Manzanita Lake sits in the foreground with Lincoln Hall behind it. Frandsen Humanities is visible to the right of the photograph. Manzanita Lake was made by damning up the irrigation "Orr Ditch" that still runs through parts of the university...
    • Lincoln Hall, Frandsen Humanities, and Manzanita Lake, 1944

    • 376C Lincoln Hall (1896); 414 Manzanita Lake; 328 Frandsen Humanities / formerly the Agriculture Building (built 1918);
    • Manzanita Lake stretches out in front of Lincoln Hall with Frandsen Humanities visible to the right of the photograph. Manzanita Lake was made by damning up the irrigation "Orr Ditch" that still runs through parts of the university today. ...
    • Manzanita Lake, Lincoln Hall, Frandsen Humanities, and the Tram, ca. 1940

    • 328 Frandsen Humanities / formerly the Agriculture Building (built 1918); 376C Lincoln Hall (1896); 414 Manzanita Lake;
    • Manzanita Lake reflects Lincoln Hall, Frandsen Humanities, and the Tram with students seated on the lawn close to the lake. Manzanita Lake was made by damning up the irrigation "Orr Ditch" that still runs through parts of the university today. ...
    • Frandsen Humanities Building, 2003

    • 328 Frandsen Humanities / formerly the Agriculture Building (built 1918);
    • This view shows the front entrance of the Frandsen Humanities Building looking from a northeast viewpoint. Frandsen Humanities was built in 1918. Originally the Agriculture Building, the name later changed to honor beloved biology professor and...
    • Frandsen Humanities Building, 2003

    • 328 Frandsen Humanities / formerly the Agriculture Building (built 1918);
    • This interior view of the Frandsen Humanities Building shows the stairway. Frandsen Humanities was built in 1918. Originally the Agriculture Building, the name later changed to honor beloved biology professor and 1895 graduate Peter “Bugs”...
    • Frandsen Humanities Building, 2002

    • 328 Frandsen Humanities / formerly the Agriculture Building (built 1918);
    • This view shows the front entrance of the Frandsen Humanities Building looking from a southeast viewpoint on a spring day. Frandsen Humanities was built in 1918. Originally the Agriculture Building, the name later changed to honor beloved biology...
    • Frandsen Humanities Building, 2005

    • 328 Frandsen Humanities / formerly the Agriculture Building (built 1918);
    • Red vines accent the front of Frandsen Humanities in October. Frandsen Humanities was built in 1918. Originally the Agriculture Building, the name later changed to honor beloved biology professor and 1895 graduate Peter “Bugs” Frandsen. The...

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