- Nurse giving student a shot in Clark Hall
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- On the back of the photograph: "Flue Shots / Student (unidentified) and Nurse (ugly) / Fall 1965" Clark Hall was named for Walter Clark, Jr. (1885-1933). Clark graduated from NC State when he was 18, in 1903 with a degree in mechanical engineering. He served as an officer in World War I and last in the State Senate in 1929. Clark Hall was built in 1939.
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Building: North Carolina State University, Walter Clark, Jr. Hall (Raleigh, Wake County, North Carolina)
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