- King Religious Center (YMCA), lobby
Campus and Town
Universities and colleges
Youth -- Societies and clubs
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Black-and-white print (photograph)
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- The YMCA building was built in 1913 and served as a center for social and religious events on campus. After the Student Union was built in the early 1950s and Danforth Chapel was added to the YMCA, the building enhanced its religious activities and was renamed the King Religious Center in 1956, after E. S. King, who served as president of the YMCA from 1919 until 1955. The building was demolished in 1975.
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University Archives Photographs
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- King Religious Center (YMCA Building) (UA023.005.053) held by Special Collections Research Center at NCSU Libraries
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