Name: Woodbury Arts and Sciences Building
Year Built: 1890
Architect: F. A. Hale
Today: Today, Woodbury is connected to the Eaton Humanities Building and houses administrative offices and the advising center for the College of Arts and Sciences.
Once Upon a Time: When the building was first built in 1890, it served as a men’s dorm with top-notch amenities for its time: steam heat, electric lights and hot and cold running water.
Did You Know? Woodbury served as a temporary hospital during the 1918 influenza epidemic before being converted to the business school in the 1920s.
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Information and historic photos courtesy of CU Heritage Center; Photo by Amanda Clark