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  • Johnson, Susan; Helwick, Sarah; Steverson, Erica (University of Oregon, 2006)
    Built in the Mediterranean style, Condon Hall was designed by Ellis Lawrence. The original portion is a two-story brick building with a rectangular footprint. From the main east entry, terra cotta tiles create a Roman ...
  • Johnson, Susan; Welch, Dustin; Blaser, Andrea (University of Oregon, 2006)
    In Oregon during the 1850’s all higher education was centered in district schools that had religious affiliations. In 1872 citizens of Eugene raised $50,000 and formed the Union University Association. This group successfully ...
  • Johnson, Susan; Mertz, Kathleen; Mendoca, Elise (University of Oregon, 2006)
    The Earl Complex, also identified as Virgil D. Earl Hall, was completed in 1955 as an addition to Straub Hall. The design reflects the International style popular in the post-war period. This complex was named for Virgil ...
  • Johnson, Susan; Dietzler, Karl (University of Oregon, 2006)
    Known commonly as a “shack” on campus, this small building was designed by Ellis Lawrence for the purpose of soliciting donations for his 1923 campus plan. Originally situated behind what is now Johnson Hall, it housed ...
  • Johnson, Susan; Lingo, Shawn; Mauro, Jeremy (University of Oregon, 2006)
    The Education A Building, or Education East, designed by Ellis Lawrence, was built at the same time as the Education West building. Education East was originally built as the home for the School of Education, begun in ...
  • Johnson, Susan; Lingo, Shawn; Mauro, Jeremy (University of Oregon, 2006)
    The Education B Building, or Education West, designed by Ellis Lawrence, was built at the same time as the Education East building. Education West was originally built as the home for the University High School when it ...
  • Johnson, Susan; Pochert, Erin; Flathman, Jennifer (University of Oregon, 2006)
    Though construction of the Erb Memorial Union ended in 1950, plans, developments, and budgeting for the building started as early as 1924. There was a renewed vigor and interest in 1944 and in 1946 preliminary building ...
  • Johnson, Susan; Flathman, Jennifer; Pochert, Erin (University of Oregon, 2006)
    The Physical Education Building is a good example of the association between campus planner and architect Ellis Lawrence with the Public Works Administration (PWA). The PWA provided the funding for the construction of the ...
  • Johnson, Susan; Lingo, Shawn; Mauro, Jeremy (University of Oregon, 2006)
    Designed by prominent Eugene architect Y. D. Hensill in 1906, Fenton Hall was built to house the University’s library collections, which at that time were dispersed among several buildings. Fenton is located in a prominent ...
  • Johnson, Susan; Dietzler, Karl (University of Oregon, 2006)
    Friendly Hall was the fourth building to be constructed by the University of Oregon. It was designed by architects Whidden and Lewis, who were outstanding in their field. According to the campus architecture guide compiled ...
  • Johnson, Susan; Mertz, Kathleen; Mendoca, Elise (University of Oregon, 2006)
    Built in 1969 as a new women’s gymnasium, Gerlinger Annex is a utilitarian brick structure built in the International style. It replaced two wood gymnasium facilities on this same site. It is located adjacent to the ...
  • Johnson, Susan; Mertz, Kathleen; Mendoca, Elise (University of Oregon, 2006)
    The Women’s Memorial Hall was build largely as a tribute to the accomplishments of women. Built in 1919 and designed by Ellis Lawrence, the building was to house the Department of Physical Training for Women, the Department ...
  • Johnson, Susan; Pochert, Erin; Flathman, Jennifer (University of Oregon, 2006)
    Gilbert Hall was originally known as Commerce Hall. Construction was completed in 1921. It was the east wing of the “front pillars” of Ellis Lawrence’s axis plan, along with Peterson Hall which sits opposite to the west. ...
  • Johnson, Susan; Lingo, Shawn; Mauro, Jeremy (University of Oregon, 2006)
    Built in two phases, Hamilton Hall is less than fifty years old and is an example of Modernist design ideas on the UO campus. It echoes specific International style examples in its design and construction, especially in ...
  • Johnson, Susan; Pochert, Erin; Flathman, Jennifer (University of Oregon, 2006)
    Built in 1918, Hendricks Hall was named after T.G. Hendricks, a local grocer who donated money for the construction of Deady Hall. Hendricks was built out of brick with a common bond and is notable for its wooden shingled ...
  • Johnson, Susan; Pochert, Erin; Flathman, Jennifer (University of Oregon, 2006)
    The construction of Science III in 1973 demonstrates the continued importance of science on the University of Oregon campus. Growth and increased specialization within the science disciplines meant that the departments ...
  • Thompson, Christine; Phillips, Ann (University of Oregon, 2014)
    Howe Field was constructed in 1935. It is named in honor of Herbert Crombie Howe, a professor in the English department at the University of Oregon from 1902-1940. Dr. Howe, a long-standing supporter of athletes’ rights, ...
  • Johnson, Susan; Helwick, Sarah; Steverson, Erica (University of Oregon, 2006)
    Johnson Hall houses the University's administrative offices, including the Office of the President and the Provost. Influenced by Beaux-arts and classical revival styles, this brick building, accented with terra cotta ...
  • Johnson, Susan; Mauro, Jeremy; Lingo, Shawn (University of Oregon, 2006)
    The University of Oregon’s Museum of Art was constructed in 1930 for the purpose of housing Gertrude Warner’s collection of Asian art and antiquities as well as the Condon fossil collection (now stored in the Museum of ...
  • Johnson, Susan; Welch, Dustin; Blaser, Andrea (University of Oregon, 2006)
    The Journalism Building is a rectangular structure of the Half Modern style. It has 3 stories, a concrete foundation, and has a brick wall exterior. The roof is flat and is composed of built up roofing. It has multi-pane, ...

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