Council of Independent Colleges Historic Campus Architecture Project

 

 
Hackman Hall & Lynn H Wood Archaeological Museum

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Institution Name: Southern Adventist University
Original/Historic Place Name: Hackman Hall
Location on Campus: 4991 Promenade
Date(s) of Construction and Designer(s):
1950dedication in August Unknown
1989-1990restoration Unknown
Type of Place: Individual building
Style(s): (Glossary)
Materials:
Foundation: brick
Walls: "red-line" brick; Indiana limestone (trim)
Roof: asphalt shingle
 
    Function:
ca. 1950academic department building (science)
ca. 2004-present (2007)academic department building (religion)
2004-present (2007)museum

Significance:
Landmark designation:
none
Narrative: see below
References: see below
 

Narrative:
E.F. Hackman, president of the Southern Union and college board chair, guided the university through building upgrades, faculty development and the first senior college accreditation in 1950. Hackman Hall, also completed in 1950, honors this influential man. The building was originally built to house the science departments, but after recent renovations, the School of Religion moved to Hackman Hall.
The Lynn H. Wood Archaeological Museum was recently developed to house an extensive teaching collection of Near Eastern artifacts donated by Dr. William Dever of the University of Arizona. The museum opened in the fall of 2004.
 

References:
I. Bibliographic sources:

None specified.

II. Location of other data:
 

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