Select... "10th Annual Meeting of the Alabama Division of the Southeastern Regional Association of Physical Plant Administrators of Universities and Colleges." "Aerial view of Scale Model UAH, January, 1968." "Ground Breaking Ceremony, University of Alabama Research Institute, Huntsville, Alabama, December 20, 1962." "Remarks by Patrick Richardson to the UAH President's Council November 1, 1996 on the M. Louis Salmon Library Dedication." "View from the North of Scale Model UAH, January, 1968." "View from the South of Scale Model UAH, January, 1968." Aerial view of the UAH campus. Antique car parked at the entrance to the Noojin House. Architecture notebook ##: Madison Hall at UAH, Huntsville, Alabama. Architecture notebook 1: Athens State College buildings, Athens, Ala. Architecture notebook 1: Betheny College, near Elkton, Tenn. Architecture notebook 10: Structures in and around Crawfordsville, Ga. Architecture notebook 14: Alabama A&M Domestic Science Building, in Huntsville, Alabama. Architecture notebook 14: Peterson Hall at University of Montevallo, in Montevallo, Alabama. Architecture notebook 17: Oakwood College, East Hall, at 7000 Adventist Blvd., Huntsville, Alabama. Architecture notebook 32: Bean Hall, or Carnegie Library, at Judson College, in Marion, Alabama. Architecture notebook 44: Judson College Alumnae Hall, in Marion, Alabama. Architecture notebook 54: Jewett Hall, at Judson College, Marion, Alabama. Architecture notebook 63: Athens State College, in Athens, Alabama. Artwork on display at Union Grove Gallery. Campus scene at Spragins Hall. Campus scene at Wilson Hall. Circulation desk and shelves in the library, then located in Morton Hall. Construction of the Baptist Student Center on Sparkman Drive. Construction of the Business Administration Building. Construction of the Tom Bevill Conference Center and Hotel. Construction on a new library wing. Detail view of an antique car parked at the Noojin House. Frances Roberts and UAH president John Wright with the Roberts Hall dedication plaque. Front right side view of the Noojin House. Hot air balloons in front of Madison Hall. Invitation to the dedication of the UAH Graduate Studies Building. Library furniture in Morton Hall. Library staff member Elizabeth Pollard outside the UAH Library. M. Louis Salmon Library dedication program. Mrs. C. Franklin Bendall at the dedication of Union Grove Gallery. Periodical reading room in the library, then located in Morton Hall. Portrait of Dr. Harold J. Wilson on display at the dedication of Wilson Hall. Program for the "Dedication of the Graduate Studies Building." Renovations at the UAH student union. Ribbon cutting ceremony at the Tom Bevill Conference Center. Space Shuttle Atlantis float on campus at UAH. Student in the stacks at the UAH Library. Students at Southeast Campus Housing, then known as University Housing. Students at Union Grove Gallery. Students cross Ben Graves Drive in front of Roberts Hall. Students in costume at the Noojin House. Students in their dormitory in university housing. Students look over the balcony at Roberts Hall. Students on campus walk past Union Grove Gallery. Students on the stairs at Southeast Campus Housing. Students outside Union Grove Gallery. Students playing paintball. Students posing around a university housing sign. Students socialize in a dormitory common area. Students socializing on the front steps of Morton Hall. Students studying at the UAH Library. Students studying outside Union Grove Gallery. Students using a periodical reading room in the library, then located in Morton Hall. Students wading in floodwater at UAH Community Housing. Students walk into Wilson Hall. Students walk to class near Morton Hall. Three-dimensional campus map of UAH. Traffic on Ben Graves Drive on the UAH campus. UAH graduates file past Roberts Hall. UAH graduating class of 1981 files into Spragins Hall. UAH Library staff at the help desk. UAH students enjoy 1980 Springfest. UAH students gather on the front steps of Morton Hall. View of a building on the UAH campus. View of a dorm room interior at Southeast Campus Housing. View of a study area in the UAH Library. View of a wing of the UAH Research Institute. View of Central Campus Residence Hall looking toward the library. View of Central Campus Residence Hall looking toward the UAH Library. View of Central Campus Residence Hall. View of entrance to Madison Hall. View of Madison Hall. View of Morton Hall at night. View of Morton Hall with a snowman in the foreground. View of Morton Hall. View of Roberts Hall in the snow, looking toward Spragins Hall. View of Roberts Hall in the snow. View of Roberts Hall showing Spragins Hall in the background. View of Roberts Hall with paper lanterns in the foreground. View of Roberts Hall. View of Spragins Hall looking toward Ben Graves Drive. View of Spragins Hall. View of the back of the Business Administration Building at UAH. View of the Business Administration Building from Holmes Avenue. View of the Business Administration Building from the front parking lot. View of the central staircase in the UAH Library. View of the College of Nursing Building. View of the Continuous Education Center at UAH. View of the first floor of the UAH Library. View of the indoor swimming pool at Spragins Hall. View of the interior of the UAH Library. View of the Materials Science Building. View of the Noojin House entrance and front steps. View of the Noojin House from the front yard. View of the Noojin House. View of the Nursing Building looking toward Holmes Avenue. View of the Nursing Building looking towards Holmes Avenue. View of the Optics Building. View of the School of Primary Medical Care and University Health Center Administrative Offices. View of the UAH campus lake, showing Madison Hall in the distance. View of the UAH Library and Roberts Hall. View of the UAH Library entrance. View of the UAH Library in the snow. View of the UAH Library main entrance, looking southwest. View of the UAH Library. View of the UAH Pre-School Learning Center. View of the UAH Research Institute. View of the UAH sign with Morton Hall in the background. View of Union Grove Gallery. View of University Housing. View of Wilson Hall View of Wilson Hall, formerly the Science and Engineering Building. View of Wilson Hall.
Select... "UAH's beautiful Noojin House is the scene of TGIF's monthly alumni social. Located at 3300 Holmes Ave. in Huntsville, the home was donated in 1983 by F. Kenneth Noojin to UAH." Addresses and locations of the structures pictured may no longer be accurate, as street names and house numbers change over time. The addresses given reflect the information provided by Harvie Jones at the time he documented these structures. Alabama A&M Domestic Science Building, built c. 1911. Classical style. Located in Huntsville, Alabama. Athens State College, originally built in the 1830s renovation took place in 1979-80. Jones & Herrin, Architects worked on eight buildings including Founder's Hall (c. 1830), Brown Hall (c. 1900), Sanders Hall (early 20th century), Union Building (c. 1966), McCandless Hall (c. 1912), Houston Hall, Naylor Hall, and McCain Hall (c. 1940s). Located in Athens, Alabama. Bean Hall, also known as Carnegie Library, at Judson College, built c. 1905. Neo-classical style. Located in Marion, Alabama. Before UAH built a dedicated library in the late 1960s, the library was located in Morton Hall. Betheny College, built c. 1840s. Greek Revival style. Located on Bryson Road near Elkton, Giles County, Tennessee. Founders Hall, built c. 1840, and Houston Hall, built 1907, Athens State College. Located on the campus of Athens State University in Athens, Alabama. From left to right: Lelen Oliver, bibliographic searcher; Tim Cade, research circulation assistant; and Elizabeth Pollard, systems analyst. Goodrum Knowles Architects, AIA is listed as the architect, and Pearce Construction Company, Inc. is listed as the contractor on the sign in the foreground. Jewett Hall, originally built in 1840, destroyed by fire in 1888. Rebuilding began in 1889 and destroyed by second fire in 1947. Current building built in 1950. Colonial architecture, inspired by the Governor's Palace in Williamsburg, Virginia. Located at Judson College in Marion, Alabama. Judson College Alumnae Auditorium and Hall, built in 1902. Located in Marion, Alabama. Located at 3300 Holmes Ave. in Huntsville, the home was donated to UAH by F. Kenneth Noojin in 1983. UAH sold the home in 2001. Madison Hall was demolished in 2015. The Student Services Building is now located on the site. Madison Hall, originally the Graduate Studies Building, was designed by Harvie Jones. Located at the University of Alabama in Huntsville. Named for UAH professor Harold Wilson, the building was previously known as the Science and Engineering Building. The library can be seen in the background. North Georgia. Includes the Lustrat House, the Georgia Power Company building, and various stores. Greek Revival style building, built c. 1830-1850 located in Crawfordsville, Georgia. Sketches include the rough locations of North Georgia and University of Georgia campus buildings. Abandoned building in Town Square, built c. 1850s. Oakwood College East Hall, built 1899. Late-Victorian style. Located at 7000 Adventist Blvd., Huntsvile, Alabama. Photograph of College of Nursing building in the spring from an aerial view. Pollard was photographed for her retirement. Richardson's comments include a biographical sketch of Salmon with details of his World War II service, law career, and civic involvement. Richardson also notes Salmon's involvement in the UAH Foundation. Roberts Hall can be seen in the background. Roberts Hall is on the left, while the library is on the right. The building is now known as Von Braun Research Hall. The building was first known as the Administrative Science Building. The building was then known as the Science and Engineering Building. The complex was then known as University Housing. The Conference Training Center can be seen in the background. The float was made by Marshall Space Flight Center. Von Braun Research Hall can be seen in the background. The photo likely dates from the 1980s or early 1990s, when the NASA worm logo was still in use, as seen on the sides of the float. The flood was caused by a broken pipe. Community Housing was located at the corner of Lancewood Drive and University Drive. The four brick Southeast Campus Residence Halls can be seen in the background on the left. The Graduate Studies Building was later renamed Madison Hall, which was demolished in 2015. The model shows the future library and Engineering Science building. The model shows the future library and the Engineering Science building. The model shows the future library building and the Engineering Science building. The Nursing Building can be seen in the background. The photograph shows Spragins Hall, Roberts Hall, the Nursing Building, the Library, and Wilson Hall. The photograph was taken for a summer 1979 issue of the UAH student newspaper, the Exponent. The program includes a short history of the Research Institute and a program of events, featuring remarks from Rudolf Hermann, Wernher von Braun, and Alabama Governor John Patterson. The back page shows a map of Huntsville with directions from the Huntsville Armory to the Research Institute. The Science and Engineering Building, now known as Wilson Hall, is shown in the background. The sign reads, "This circa 1840 Greek Revival church was donated to UAH by Mr. and Mrs. C. Franklin Bendall. It was moved from its original site near Hazel Green, Alabama to this location in January 1974. Restoration was done by students of the UAH Art Department." The Southeast Campus Residence Halls can be seen in the background. The UAH Library can be seen in the background. This leaflet contains an itinerary for the meeting as well as descriptions and photographs of existing UAH buildings. The leaflet also notes future plans for campus facilities and the fact that this was the first time the meeting was held at UAH. This program provides background information on contributions that allowed for the creation of the Graduate Studies Building and the program of events. It includes a "host" nametag. The building was later renamed Madison Hall and was demolished in 2015. Tom Bevill is shown at center. Also attending the ribbon cutting are Bill Chappel Jr., U.S. Rep. Ronnie Flippo, Dr. Walter G. Nunn, and Lt. Gen. E.R. Heiberg III. University Housing is now Southeast Campus Housing. University of Montevallo. Peterson Hall, built 1914. Old Art Annex, turn-of-the-century Victorian style house. Located in Montevallo, Alabama. Wilson joined UAH in 1972 as faculty in the Deparment of Biological Sciences and served as the Dean of the College of Science from 1984 until his death in 1991. The photograph shows members of his family viewing the portrait.