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    • Jobelle Holcombe

    • Holcombe Hall; portrait
    • Jobelle Holcombe was a founder of Chi Omega in 1895 and received a Bachelor of Arts degree in 1898 from the University of Arkansas (known at that time as Arkansas Industrial University). She taught in the preparatory department of the University...
    • Memorial Hall

    • Memorial Hall; students
    • Memorial Hall (formerly called Futrall Memorial Hall) was originally the Student Union on campus and was named for John C. Futrall. John C. Futrall was a professor of ancient languages (Latin and Greek) from 1894-1913 and the University of...
    • Memorial Hall

    • Memorial Hall
    • Memorial Hall (formerly called Futrall Memorial Hall) was originally the Student Union on campus and was named for John C. Futrall. John C. Futrall was a professor of ancient languages (Latin and Greek) from 1894-1913 and the University of...
    • U. of A. Library

    • Vol Walker Hall
    • J. Vol Walker Hall, which opened in 1935, was originally J. Vol Walker Memorial Library, the main library for campus. The building became home to the Architectural School after the new library was built in 1968. James Volney Walker graduated in...
    • Walker, James Volney

    • Vol Walker Hall; portrait
    • James Volney Walker graduated in 1877 from the University of Arkansas (known at that time as Arkansas Industrial University). He became a prominent lawyer in Northwest Arkansas. J. Vol Walker Hall, originally J. Vol Walker Memorial Library, was...
    • Entrance Hall to General Library

    • Vol Walker Hall
    • J. Vol Walker Hall, which opened in 1935, was originally J. Vol Walker Memorial Library, the main library for campus. The building became home to the Architectural School after the new library was built in 1968. James Volney Walker graduated in...
    • Dedication of the Library

    • Vol Walker Hall; ceremony
    • J. Vol Walker Hall, which opened in 1935, was originally J. Vol Walker Memorial Library, the main library for campus. The building became home to the Architectural School after the new library was built in 1968. James Volney Walker graduated in...
    • Gregson Hall

    • Gregson Hall
    • Gregson Hall opened as a residence hall in 1948 and was named for William S. “Pop” Gregson. Gregson served in multiple capacities at the University from 1919 to 1947, including secretary of the Y.M.C.A., secretary of the Student Employment...
    • Gregson, William Sedgwell

    • Gregson Hall; portrait
    • William S. "Pop" Gregson served in multiple capacities at the University from 1919 to 1947, including secretary of the Y.M.C.A., secretary of the Student Employment Services, secretary of the Student Union, Director of Religious Activities, Acting...
    • General Library

    • Vol Walker Hall; students
    • J. Vol Walker Hall, which opened in 1935, was originally J. Vol Walker Memorial Library, the main library for campus. The building became home to the Architectural School after the new library was built in 1968. James Volney Walker graduated in...
    • Library

    • Vol Walker Hall; students
    • J. Vol Walker Hall, which opened in 1935, was originally J. Vol Walker Memorial Library, the main library for campus. The building became home to the Architectural School after the new library was built in 1968. James Volney Walker graduated in...
    • Main Library - Card Catalog

    • Vol Walker Hall; students
    • J. Vol Walker Hall, which opened in 1935, was originally J. Vol Walker Memorial Library, the main library for campus. The building became home to the Architectural School after the new library was built in 1968. James Volney Walker graduated in...
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    • Holcombe Hall
    • Holcombe Hall opened as a residence hall in the academic year 1948-1949 and was named for Jobelle Holcombe. Holcombe was a founder of Chi Omega in 1895 and received a Bachelor of Arts degree in 1898 from the University of Arkansas (known at that...
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    • Hotz Hall
    • Hotz Hall opened in 1964 as a women’s residence hall. The building was later converted to office space and then reconverted to dorms. The building reopened as an honors dorm in 2013. The building was named for Henry G. and Stella Palmer...

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