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- Alumni Association president Richard L. Rice and two students looking at plaque for Alumni Memorial Building
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- Raleigh architect and president of the North Carolina State College Alumni Association Richard L. Rice and two unidentified students looking at plaque during dedication ceremonies for Alumni Memorial Building, May 1959.
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Building: North Carolina State University, Arthur Winslow Hall -- Alumni Memorial Building -- State College Hospital (Raleigh, Wake County, North Carolina)
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- Historical note:
- Winslow Hall was built in 1897 and served as the infirmary until its renovation in 1959 when it was renamed Alumni Memorial Building to honor more than 300 alumni who died in World War II and the Korean War. In 2006, the building was renamed Winslow Hall after the Dorothy and Roy Park Alumni Center on Centennial Campus opened. Arthur Winslow was one of the original members of the Watauga Club who successfully petitioned the North Carolina legislature in 1885 to charter the school that would become North Carolina State University.
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- 35.784901, -78.664101