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The Industrial Arts building, completed in 1914, is symbolic of the Tempe school expansion beyond the Normal School boundaries. The three story, 130' x 135' structure housed the Department of Manual Training, a program long anticipated by the Tempe citizens. It is now the Anthropology Building.

Industrial Arts Building, 1925
Industrial Arts Building
Sheet 1-Neg 28A-29 Ballard Scrapbook
ACC #93-1077

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