Anna W. Field, Centennial Address, 1949
Anna W. Field taught in the Michigan Normal College Training School from 1915 until 1928, when she joined the Department of History at MSNC as a professor. Retiring in 1946 from the History Department, Field was selected to attend the dedication of the new Pierce Hall in 1949, and to give her remembrances of the original Pierce Hall. In this address, Field speaks of how the original building was the cultural center of Michigan Normal College, and how its growth and expansion mirrored the growth of MSNC itself.
Anna W. Field, Michigan State Normal College, Pierce Hall, Ypsilanti, normal colleges
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Field, Anna W., "Anna W. Field, Centennial Address, 1949" (1949). Speeches. 16.