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| Institution Name: Morningside College |
Original/Historic Place Name: Men's Residence Hall
Location on Campus:
Date(s) of Construction and Designer(s): Type of Place: Individual building
|Foundation: poured concrete|
|Roof: asphalt shingle (original); ballasted rubber (current)|
| || Function: |
| 1953||student union|
| 1953-present (2007)||residence hall (for men and married students)|
|ca. present (2007)||academic department building (IT)|
|ca. present (2007)||other (recreation area and lounge)|
Narrative: see below
|National Register||Morningside College Historic District (1997) |
References: see below
After fifty-five years as Morningside College, the institution had so many male students that it had to construct a new building to house them and their wives. The Men's Residence Hall, renamed Roadman Hall in 1964 to honor the twenty-year presidency of Dr. Earl Roadman, was the first structure that the college specifically built to house male students. The building, including the south wing added to it in 1960, still serves as a residence hall, but for both men and women. The former large one-story space for the student union now contains the IT department, a recreation area, a formal lounge, and an open entry area.
|I. Bibliographic sources: |
Orwig, Timothy T. Morningside College: A Centennial History. Sioux City, IA: Morningside College Press, 1994.
Orwig, Timothy T. Morningside College Historic District. National Register of Historic Places designation report. Washington, DC: U.S. Department of the Interior/National Park Service, 1997.
|II. Location of other data: |
|University: Special Collections |
|Government Offices |
|Other: Sioux City Public Museum Archives & Research Center |