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Coates Administration Building

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Named for Eastern's third president, Dr. Thomas Jackson Coates (1867-1928) of Pikeville, Kentucky, the Coates Building has served as the central administration facility since its construction in 1926. In the center of the building is the Hiram Brock…

Administration building (Coates)

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Architectural drawing of the administration building. Exact date on drawing: April 8, 1927.University Counsel office paid $300 to have framed.

Portrait-Brock, Hiram M.

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Oil painting of Hiram Brock. According to an article on p. 18 of the Winter 1987 Eastern Alumnus, Hiram M. Brock, Jr., presented a portrait of his father to Pres. Funderburk c. 1987. Brock, Sr., served as a state senator from 1912 to 1936 and as a…

Portrait-Coates, Thomas Jackson

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Oil Painting of Thomas Coates. According to an article in the 11/21/1930 Eastern Progress, the Alumni Association commissioned the portrait in 1930 and planned to unveil it during the 1931 commencement ceremonies. A list of donors was to be sealed…