The clinic building is on the south side of the main downtown district of Kirksville, just east of the Northeast Regional Medical Center. This building was initially used for patient clinics by the osteopathic school, but now houses offices primarily.
Kirk Memorial was built as the campus museum at the southern end of the north quad. It has a design reminiscent of Monticello, the home of Thomas Jefferson.
This large classroom building that greatly expanded the capacity of the then Missouri State Teacher’s College. Designed by Bonsack & Pearce, it has classic lines and is highly functional. It is still in use.
The north quad is still at the northernmost point of the Truman Sate University campus. During the extensive construction that occurred during the 30’s, the north quad was renovated by landscape architects Hare & Hare from Kansas City. The trees… read more
This building addition currently houses the University Art Museum. Originally, it was a junior high in the college’s lab school.