|Historic Clemson Photos #34 - 1930s Tillman|
|by TigerNet Staff - Monday, March 18, 2013 2:57 PM||
I'm pleased to present today's Historic Clemson Photo, submitted by long time TigerNet member Mintaka®.
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Thank you very much, and enjoy! --Crump and B-Meist
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Today is a photo of the "Agricultural Building" as it was known in the 1930s. The building was renamed "Tillman Hall" later in 1943. If look close there is no statue of TG Clemson in front, as that came later too. One thing you do see is a great deal of ivy covering the building, which was a common practice at that time. Also notice that all of the windows are open as everyone tried to cope with the noonday heat as best they could.
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