Creator

Unknown

Date

n.d.

Creation Date

2014-05-14

Description

Black and White photograph of the south side, main entrance, of Grubbs Hall. The building was completed in 1968 and houses the English, Communications, and Modern Languages & Literatures departments. Grubbs Hall was named for Professor Ora Francis Grubbs who began teaching at Kansas State Manual Training Normal School in 1914 and continued until his retirement in 1959, giving 45 years of service to the college.

Object Type

Photograph

Identifier

psuap073

Image Format

Still Image

Location

Kansas -- Crawford County -- Pittsburg;

Rights

Digital image copyright 2014, Pittsburg State University. All rights reserved. For more information contact the Leonard H. Axe Library Special Collections, PSU, Pittsburg, KS 66762.

Notes

Pittsburg State University, Special Collections

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Keywords

Kansas State Manual Training Normal School; Kansas State College of Pittsburg--Photographs; Universities and colleges--Kansas--Pittsburg--Photographs; College buildings--Kansas--Pittsburg--Photographs; Pittsburg (Kan.)--History--Photographs

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