This image shows the western view of Appalachian State University (1967-current) and Boone, NC, circa 1970. Visible are Belk Library, built 1968, Plemmons Student Union, built 1967, North/Workman Hall, built 1940, Coffey Hall, built 1953, Cone Hall, built 1968, White Hall, built 1966, Doughton Hall, built 1963, Cannon Hall, built 1968, Hoey Hall, built 1966, Lovill Hall, built 1966, Sanford Hall, built 1969, East Hall, built 1952, Founders Hall, built 1932, B. B. Dougherty Administration Building, built 1968, I. G. Greer Hall, built 1950, and Welborn Cafeteria, built 1925. Also visible is Watauga Hall, built 1929, the Home Management House, built 1965, L. S. Dougherty Hall, built 1962, Lucy Brock School of Nursing, built 1965, and Hagaman Hall, built 1952. Whitener Hall, built 1954, is visible in the background, and D. D. Dougherty Library, built 1935, is hidden behind trees north of Belk Library. Part of the smokestack, demolished 1973, is visible on the left of the image, by the Service Annex, built 1940. W. Kerr Scott Hall, built 1961, is visible on the left, and above that are Coltrane Hall, built 1968, Bowie Hall, built 1966, and Eggers Hall, built 1970. Red Lackey Field is visible in the foreground, with faculty housing to the left.
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