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Name Barracks (WKU)
Details Other Names - Government Barracks
Date Built - 1918
Cost of Construction -
Gross Square Feet -
Razed ca. 1925 to make way for College High Hall
Archives Entries 2
Photograph Entries 1

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Image of UA1C WKU Archives Photograph Collection Series 2. Buildings - WKU Archives

UA1C WKU Archives Photograph Collection Series 2. Buildings - WKU Archives

Photographs, negatives, postcards, drawings, slides and digital images of Western Kentucky University buildings. Includes buildings of founding institutions. Subseries 1. Academic Athletic Performance Center / Diddle Arena Subseries 2. Academic Complex Subseries 3. Agricultural Exposition Center Subseries 4. Proposed Buildings Subseries 5. Barnes-Campbell Subseries 6. Barracks Subseries 7. Bates-Runner Subseries 8. Bemis Lawrence Subseries 9. Cabell Hall Subseries 10. Cedar House aka Faculty House Subseries 11. West Hall Subseries 12. Unidentified Subseries 13. Cherry Hall, 1937+ Subseries 14. Glasgow Normal School Subseries

Image of Barracks - Franklin Studio, Bowling Green, Ky.

Barracks - Franklin Studio, Bowling Green, Ky.

The old Seventh Army Training Corps barracks. The building to the right housed the first Industrial Arts Department at WKU. State Street is in the foreground and 15th street is just off the right margin of the picture. It was located on the lot where the College High Hall is now located. The little office in the middle housed the Army office. The next barracks were part of the Army establishment and the building farthest to the left housed the cafeteria.