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F.S.C.W. Building No. 6 Sign

 Collection — Container: 1/1 Boxes
Identifier: HUA 2012-004

Scope and Contents

Metal (bronze?) sign with the inscription "F.S.C.W. Building No. 6" mounted on a wooden plaque with the inscription, "Once Stood Near This Spot," beneath it.  A note that accompanied the plaque stated that the "new psychology building was built on the site of the old FSCW Building No. 6, where Park Avenue runs into the campus." The sign may have been for the old gymnasium which, after it was moved to the campus side at corner of Copeland Street and Park Avenue, served for a time as the location of the Social Welfare Department. 


  • created: undated
  • Other: Date acquired: 03/20/2012


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1.00 boxes

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Custodial History

Date accessioned: 2012/03/20

Source of Acquisition

Robert G. Quayle by donation

Processing Information

Processed 27 February 2013.

F.S.C.W. Building No. 6 Sign
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Repository Details

Part of the FSU Special Collections & Archives Repository

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