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Harstad Hall's Favorite Ladies. Mrs. Mares and Mrs. Pierson are both retiring after a hectic year of being mothers to nearly 300 girls of Harstad Hall

67-0489-28

1966 - 1967 Harstad Hall, aka Old Main, is the oldest building on campus and in size as the largest living unit, with nearly 300 women in residence.

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Stuen Hall, a residential unit for 110 women was dedicated on October 23, 1966. Named for Ole J. Stuen who was first a PLA student in 1902 and returned in 1913 as a teacher and coach and, with the exception of three years, served on the staff as a professor, librarian, and alumni secretary until his death in 1953. Stuen Hall is located on the site of the home in which the Stuen family lived.

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Stuen Hall, a residential unit for 110 women was dedicated on October 23, 1966. Named for Ole J. Stuen who was first a PLA student in 1902 and returned in 1913 as a teacher and coach and, with the exception of three years, served on the staff as a professor, librarian and alumni secretary until his death in 1953. Stuen Hall is located on the site of the home in which the Stuen family lived.

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