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Campus Views and Other Buildings

The Woodruff School

BYC Normal School students used the nearby Woodruff School, a local public school, as a normal training center for the prospective school teachers. This building, constructed in 1892, was located on First South and First West on the opposite corner from BYC’s East Building. It was used as an elementary school until 1939 when a new Woodruff School opened on Second West. The building was then owned by Utah State University for several years and served many purposes including as a men’s dormitory for the National Youth Administration (NYA) federal program.

BYC Views

Bulletin issued by Brigham Young College featuring images of campus (click cover to view inside)

Text on this page adapted from: Garr, Arnold K. (1973). "A history of Brigham Young College, Logan, Utah" Master’s thesis, Utah State University; Lewis, Robert, D. “Banner of Crimson: The Brigham Young College in Logan,” (USU Special Collections & Archives: LJAHA 1, Series 9, Box 81, Folder 10); “The Old Woodruff Is Literally Biting The Dust,” newspaper article in the Ada Morrell’s scrapbook (USU Special Collections, P0355, Box 6, Folder 3); and, Sorensen, A.N. “Brigham Young College” (USU Special Collections & Archives, MSS 228, Series 3, Box 5, Folder 10).