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Carney Hall
Built in 1917
 

 



Carney Hall - Science Building
- photo, Historical Souvenir of The Kansas State Teachers College, 1924


Carney Hall
- no postmark (c1915-1930)
 
Carney Hall
- no postmark (c1921-1950)
 
Carney Hall was the fourth building built on the campus in 1917 and was the home to the science department and the home economics department.. It was designed by state architect, Charles H. Changler and was built at a cost of $270,000 and included a 2000 seat auditorium. The building was named in honor of Governor Carney, Kansas governor during the Civil War. It was razed in 1980 and replaced with Heckert-Wells Hall.
 
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