Alumni Gymnasium (Denver, Colo.)
University of Denver. Date built: 1910. "In 1910 Alumni Gymnasium was built on the site of the present-day Daniels College of Business. Conforming with the other buildings constructed during this era, the Roeschlaub-designed structure incorporated features found in Roman or Renaissance architecture. The prototype for the building was the Roman Basilica. [...] During World War I, the gymnasium was converted into a barracks, housing close to 300 military personnel. Additionally, a hopsital wing was constructed on the building's north side" (Built for Learning, p. 18). "Alumni Gymnasium was imploded in September 1997 to make way for the Daniels College of Business" (Built for Learning, p. 36).
Alumni Gymnasium Dedication in 1908.
Sources University of Denver. (1908). The Denver Times. (1908). Governor Changes Site for University Building In Order to Save Fine Trees. [U123.01.0001.0003]
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Abstract View of the Alumni Gym at the University of Denver during registration day. The gym is filled with rows of tables labeled with signs either on poles or hanging from the ceiling. Students are lined up at various tables, and persons seated at the tables are filling out forms. Signs read, from left to right, "Mech." "English Humanit[ies]" "Phys. Ed. M" "Philos." "Science" "Bas. Comm. Speech" "Bus. Ed." "Community College" "HRM" "Student & General Admission Section" "Soc. Sci." "San. Sci."...