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The Humanities and Social Sciences building (Bellamy Hall) was built to replace the south wing of Campbell Hall, which was destroyed in the 1962 Columbus Day Storm. Atop the building is the Carillon, a gift from the Oregon College of Education Alumni…

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Large sculpture inspired by nature.
Metal.
Located outside of Bellamy Hall.

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Stainless Steel.
Plaque reads, "Colin Lambert and Peter Adams, Self-Reflection progression, 2009, Tonal Terrazzo, Terrazzo medallion in stainless steal frame, Tonal Terrazzo, the second of three portraits that make up Self-Reflection Progression,…

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Faux limestone and brass.
Plaque reads, "Self-Reflection Progression consists of three variations of the same image: a line drawing made of a circular mild steel with a flat bar frame; a tonal terrazzo relief composted of a terrazo medallion in a…

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Made out of mild steel.
Plaque reads, "Circular mild steel with flat bar frame, Line Drawing, the first of three portraits that make up Self-Reflection Progression, map the development of an individual's personal humanity, from a linear outline to a…

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Humanities and Social Sciences Building, now renamed Bellamy Hall, as seen from the South Lawn with view of students and faculty walking in and out of the building. Multiple bikes are seen parked to the left of the building.
Old ACC.RG.2012.601…

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South side of the Humanities and Social Sciences Building, now Bellamy Hall, as viewed from the space that now holds the Natural Science Building.
Old ACC.RG.2012.601 Photographs/Buildings: Humanities and Social Science

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Main entrance of the Humanities and Social Sciences Building, now Bellamy Hall, from the south sidewalk with Campbell Hall and the Giant Sequoia in the background to the right. Students and faculty walk and bike ride on the sidewalk.
Old…

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South side of Bellamy Hall with trees on the left planted where the Old Grove would have been.
Photo courtesy of Western University Archives

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A class presentation in the Humanities and Social Sciences Building, now known as Bellamy Hall.

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The Humanities and Social Sciences building, now known as Bellamy Hall, was built in 1964. The building was initially constructed to replace the south wing of Campbell Hall after it was disroyed in the 1962 Columbus Day Storm. The building was…
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