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Wallace Building

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The Wallace Building is named in honor of Mr. William L. Wallace, a former member of the Eastern Kentucky University Board of Regents, who distinguished himself with a legal career spanning six decades. Two large lecture halls, located on the ground…

Moore Building

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The Moore Building is named for Dr. W.J. Moore who came to Eastern in 1913 as a 19-year-old freshman, and retired in 1965 after 52 years' association with the University - 30 years as a teacher and 20 years as a Dean. The building, constructed in…

Combs Building

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The Combs Building is named in honor of Bert T. Combs, one of the greatest governors in the history of the Commonwealth. Lecture halls, each built like a small auditorium, are tributes to two of Eastern's veteran teachers. The D. T. Ferrell Room is…