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Oct. 8, 2010
Northwest Missouri State University on Thursday, Oct. 7, celebrated 100 years of its Administration Building and the structure's addition to the National Register of Historic Places. To help commemorate the event, employees and former students reflected on the building's lifetime.
Current and former employees discuss the building's construction and early years.
Former students and employees talk about their memories of the building spanning its early years through the 1970s.
Employees and former students reflect on the building's Deerwester Theater, which was destroyed by fire in 1979.
Current and former employees reflect on the fire that struck the building July 24, 1979, and the building's symbolism today.
(For more about the fire, see The Northwest Missourian's documentary to mark the 30th anniversary of the fire in 2009: Part I and Part II .)
Mark Hornickel, Communication Manager
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