Walter Williams Hall and Arch, University of Missouri – Columbia MO

Description

Walter Williams Hall is on the northeast side of the University of Missouri and the arch is the main entry to the historical quad of buildings that are the oldest on the campus.The structures were constructed from 1935-37 with PWA funding and designed by architectural consultants Jamieson & Spearl.

It is named after Walter Williams who was the creator of the first school of Journalism in 1908 and was the head of the Journalism School until 1930 when he became the president of the University of Missouri. The building was recently redone and still houses the school of Journalism.

Source notes

"MU in Brick and Mortar" - http://umcspace.missouri.edu/historic/buildings/WalterWilliams/

http://umcspace.missouri.edu/historic/buildings/WalterWilliams/files/u_of_mo_building_dedication_program_1936.pdf

http://umcspace.missouri.edu/historic/buildings/WalterWilliams/1935.htm

Project originally submitted by Charles Swaney on April 7, 2013.

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Location Info


Walter Williams Hall
Columbia, MO 65211

Coordinates: 38.94771432902033, -92.32796730185242

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