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Home Economics Building

Home Economics Building

Home Economics Building, c. 1920. It was originally was known as the Science Building and Hall of Practical Arts, c. 1920. Following the incorporation of Home Economics as a separate department with its own curriculum, the building became known as the Home Economics Building, as the second floor was devoted entirely to the practice house facilities.

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