The original campus plan designed by prominent landscape architecture firm, the Olmsted Brothers of Brookline, Massachusetts.
Landscape architects on an exploratory trip. Note the agricultural setting.
Wesleyan Hall is the oldest building on campus and was designed by prominent Nashville-based architect Adolphus Heiman.
The training school was an early success of the State Normal School.
The President's home, like many other buildings on campus, was designed by Warren Knight and Davis of Birmingham and built by the WPA.
Bibb Graves Hall is an iconic building in North Alabama.
The Girls' Dormitory is no longer extant.
Willingham Hall was first built as a boys' dormitory but housed female students for most of its history.
Several New Deal agencies were active on campus. President Keller helped secure this funding.
The amphitheater was built in 1934 as a memorial to students of the State Normal School who died in the first World War.
Keller Hall no houses the College of Business.
View of Coby Hal from Court Street.
Rogers Hall sits at the head of Court Street.