Bertha Goodison Hall materials
The Bertha Goodison Hall materials includes floorplans and elevations, as well as a brick colleted when Goodison Hall was dismanteled in 1998. Goodison Residence Hall and King Residence Hall were among the first dormitories built on Eastern Michigan's campus with Works Progress Administration labor in the late 1930s. Constructed as women's housing Goodison and King Halls were designed in the shape of two opposing Us creating the first two-room dormitory suites in the state with each suite including a bedroom with an adjoining study. Goodison was dismantled in 1998 to make way for the Everett L. Marshall Building.
- 1939 - 1998
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3.4 Linear Feet (1 object, 1 oversize folder)
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- Bertha Goodison Hall materials
- Sloane Alexander
- 21 March 2017
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