BookTalk: ‘Ida Lou Anderson and the Architecture of the WSU Pullman Campus’ with Trevor James Bond and Phil Gruen

Thursday, Feb. 29, 7–8 p.m.
330 N. Grand Ave., Pullman Depot — in the Freight Room (next to the train cars)

Join us for a pair of illustrated presentations. The first, by Dr. Trevor Bond, will examine the life of a remarkable Washington State College faculty member and graduate of Colfax High School who taught at the institution from 1926 to 1939 and trained and inspired a generation of broadcasters including Edward R. Murrow. Dr. Phil Gruen will explore the growth of Pullman campus under the Holland administration and the embrace of the Gregorian revival style in creating a new identity for Washington’s land grant college.

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