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This is a photo of the plaster wall from the College Hall renovations which took place in 1887. There are seven signatures underneath the slogan "Darn Hard Job".

Two gentlemen stand on the rubble that once was College Hall, circa 1918.

The poor construction of College Hall made its preservation and maintenance difficult. In the late 1910’s it was going to be renovated so that it could be used as a union. However, the building collapsed in August 1918 during a war trainee camp.

When College Hall was torn down in 1918, its foundations were left standing in order to construct Artillery Garage.

Students stand in the snow outside of College Hall, circa winter 1897. The back reads, "Class of 1897."

College Hall was the first campus building constructed. This photo shows it during the 1880's.

College Hall was excavated carefully in 2009 while sidewalks were being replaced. Most of the site consisted of the foundation walls and other features which required careful note-taking. here Terry Brock takes notes.

College Hall excavations revealed a large portion of the Northeast foundation walls. You can clearly see the river rocks and mortar used to create the structure.

College Hall excavations done in 2009 revealed a large portion of the Northeast foundation walls. You can clearly see the river rocks and mortar used to create the structure.

This is a picture of student signatures from 1887 after they had finished helping to renovate College Hall. Moore’s signature was found on a piece plaster at Beal St. and his name is easily seen in the photo of the College Hall wall. This…