This image shows the Appalachian State University (1967-current) campus from Howard's Knob, north of Boone, NC, around 1970. Visible is Kerr Scott Hall, built 1961, Steam Plant, built 1924, Broome-Kirk Gymnasium, built 1955, Varsity Gymnasium, built 1968, B. B. Dougherty Administration Building, built 1968, Belk Library, built 1968, Welborn Hall, built 1925, I. G. Greer, built 1950, Cone Hall, built 1968, Sanford Hall, built 1969, Coffey Hall, built 1953, North/Workman Hall, built 1940, L. S. Dougherty Hall, built 1962, Plemmons Student Union, built 1967, University Bookstore, built 1969, D. D. Dougherty Library, built 1935, and Whitener Hall, built 1954. Boone City Cemetery and part of Boone, NC, are also visible in the foreground.
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