- Williams Hall
Campus and Town
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Black-and-white print (photograph)
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- Williams Hall is named for Charles Burgess Williams (1871-1947), a member of the first graduating class at NC State and the first valedictorian. He later served as dean of agriculture and was named one of the seven top-ranking agricultural scientists in America in 1933. The hall was built in 1952.
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University Archives Photographs
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