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Telford Hall

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Telford Hall, a womens dormitory, is named for Miss Brown E. Telford of Richmond, a retired member of the music faculty, where she dedicated 44 years teaching piano and organ before her retirement in 1962. Telford Hall, constructed in 1969, is an…

Burrier Building

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Named for Mary K. Burrier, former chairman of the Home Economics Department. This building houses the Department of Family and Consumer Sciences and features a "family living center". It was built in 1968.

Arlington Residence

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Arlington, Eastern Kentucky University's faculty-alumni center, is a multi-purpose complex designed to serve social, recreational and academic needs of the University Community.

The University's development of the center began in 1967 when…

Presnell

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Architectural drawing of Presnell. Marye and Bond listed as architects. Unable to identify "a/a."

Telford Hall aka Women's Dorm No. 6

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An architectural drawing that appears to be Telford Hall. Marye and Bond listed as architects. Text on drawing indicates that this was to be the first building of the north dormitory complex.

Brewer Building

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Architectural drawing of the Brewer building. According to the program, the Brewer Building was dedicated on August 30, 1970.