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Male students are sitting in the windows, standing on the roof, and standing in the dorways of Budge Hall. Some of th emen are holding pennants--some saing "Wesley," "Wisconsin," "1910," and "North Dakota." Budge Hall was named for William Budge. Budge was a Grand Forks businessman who donated the origianl 20 acres of land to the University of North Dakota. He served on UND's Board of Trustees from 1891-1907. UND built Budge Hall in 1899 and serverd as a men's dormitory, classroom, and office building. Budge Hall remained near Twamley Haill until it was razed in 1981. (Information from: UND Factbook, E. F. Chandler's History of Buildings, page 9). Duplicate Photo: UAP 16887 and located in the 1st 25 years Digital Collection.
Budge Hall; Students; Pennants; William Budge; Student housing; College students; Trees; Banners; College buildings; Doorways; Windows
North Dakota--Grand Forks; North Dakota
Budge Hall (Grand Forks, N.D.); University of North Dakota
Elwyn B. Robinson Department of Special Collections, Chester Fritz Library, University of North Dakota