Knight-Mangum Hall, left, which originally housed 280 coeds, and the Social Hall, right, were completed in 1948 during the McDonald administration, with Fred L. Markham as architect. The halls were named at a dedication of several buildings on May 26, 1954, for two sisters-in-law, who were lifelong friends of the University-Lucy Jane Brimhall Knight and Jennie Knight Mangum. Before completion of the Language Training Mission complex north of campus in the 1970s, these halls were residences and a school for missionaries. Located at the southeast corner of the campus, they consist of five levels on a hillside and are constructed of golden buff brick and white pressed stone.
Gelatin Silver; 24.0 x 18.3 cm. (9 1/2 x 7 3/16 in.)
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