- Carroll Residence Hall
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Black-and-white print (photograph)
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- circa to
- Carroll Residence Hall is named for Mrs. Susan Catherine Colwell Carroll (1849-1901), who served as the college's first resident matron and nurse. She died suddenly shortly after the start of the term in 1901. Carroll Hall was built in 1968 and serves as a residence hall for female students.
North Carolina State University
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Building: North Carolina State University, Susan Catherine Colwell Carroll Residence Hall (Raleigh, Wake County, North Carolina)
- 2801 Thurman Dr.
- General note:
- Carroll Residence Hall is located on the central campus of NC State and houses participants in the Women with Voices Program. Susan Catherine Colwell Carroll (1849-1901) was a professional nurse and NC State's first resident matron of the infirmary, which is now the Alumni Memorial Building. Students respected and admired her, and dedicated two pages of the Agromeck to her when she died in 1901. Originally, the area around the Alumni Memorial Building was honored with the name Carroll Place. A plaque in the Alumni Building gives recognition to her services.
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- Latitude, Longitude:
- 35.785817, -78.674066