• Wayne State University; Buildings; Center for Instructional Technology

    Circa 1990s. Historic house that houses Center for Instructional Technology. Located at 5035 Woodward Avenue.

  • Wayne State University; Buildings; Faculty Administration Building

    Circa 1990s. Neumann and Smith Architects. This energetic massing of modular offices and conference spaces appeals for campus order and place. The building’s atrium, brilliantly white and sky lit, is an ethereal streetscape and soothing respite.

  • Wayne State University; Buildings; Faculty Administration Building

    Circa 1990s. Neumann and Smith Architects. This energetic massing of modular offices and conference spaces appeals for campus order and place. The building’s atrium, brilliantly white and sky lit, is an ethereal streetscape and soothing respite.

  • Wayne State University; Buildings; Faculty Administration Building

    Circa 1990s. Neumann and Smith Architects. This energetic massing of modular offices and conference spaces appeals for campus order and place. The building’s atrium, brilliantly white and sky lit, is an ethereal streetscape and soothing respite.

  • Wayne State University; Buildings; Faculty Administration Building

    Circa 1990s. Neumann and Smith Architects. This energetic massing of modular offices and conference spaces appeals for campus order and place. The building’s atrium, brilliantly white and sky lit, is an ethereal streetscape and soothing respite.

  • Wayne State University; Buildings; Faculty Administration Building

    Circa 1990s. Neumann and Smith Architects. This energetic massing of modular offices and conference spaces appeals for campus order and place. The building’s atrium, brilliantly white and sky lit, is an ethereal streetscape and soothing respite.

  • Wayne State University; Buildings; Faculty Administration Building

    Circa 1990s. Neumann and Smith Architects. This energetic massing of modular offices and conference spaces appeals for campus order and place. The building’s atrium, brilliantly white and sky lit, is an ethereal streetscape and soothing respite. Interior images of conference. Date on contact print June 26, 1990

  • Wayne State University; Buildings; Faculty Administration Building

    Circa 1990s. Neumann and Smith Architects. This energetic massing of modular offices and conference spaces appeals for campus order and place. The building’s atrium, brilliantly white and sky lit, is an ethereal streetscape and soothing respite. Image of 4 men walking through building. Gov. Blanchard is one of them.

  • Wayne State University; Buildings; Faculty Administration Building

    Circa 1990s. Neumann and Smith Architects. This energetic massing of modular offices and conference spaces appeals for campus order and place. The building’s atrium, brilliantly white and sky lit, is an ethereal streetscape and soothing respite. Image of 3 individuals. Color print.

  • Wayne State University; Buildings; Houses, Cass Avenue

    Circa 1990s. Date on photo October 1995. Address 5041 Cass. Wayne University Student Health Services (razed).

  • Wayne State University; Buildings; Old Main; Recent; Restoration

    Circa 1990s. Old Main renovation June 1996 through January 1997. Photographs by Patricia Bartkowski, University Archives. Image of Old Main from Warren and Cass Avenues. Malcomson and Higginbotham, 1896. Originally Central High School, Old Main is Wayne State’s place of origin and now a university icon. The stately Romanesque Revival composition is softened by the buff-colored brick. Under the leadership of David Mackenzie, a junior college was begun in the building in 1917. In 1926, high scho…

  • Wayne State University; Buildings; Old Main; Recent; Restoration

    Circa 1990s. Old Main renovation June 1996 through January 1997. Photographs by Patricia Bartkowski, University Archives. Image of one of the side entrances of building. Malcomson and Higginbotham, 1896. Originally Central High School, Old Main is Wayne State’s place of origin and now a university icon. The stately Romanesque Revival composition is softened by the buff-colored brick. Under the leadership of David Mackenzie, a junior college was begun in the building in 1917. In 1926, high school…

  • Wayne State University; Buildings; Old Main; Recent; Restoration

    Circa 1990s. Old Main renovation June 1996 through January 1997. Photographs by Patricia Bartkowski, University Archives. Image is side view of building looking north. Construction of addition has started. Malcomson and Higginbotham, 1896. Originally Central High School, Old Main is Wayne State’s place of origin and now a university icon. The stately Romanesque Revival composition is softened by the buff-colored brick. Under the leadership of David Mackenzie, a junior college was begun in the bu…

  • Wayne State University; Buildings; Old Main; Recent; Restoration

    Circa 1990s. Old Main renovation June 1996 through January 1997. Photographs by Patricia Bartkowski, University Archives. Image is of courtyard area behind main building. Malcomson and Higginbotham, 1896. Originally Central High School, Old Main is Wayne State’s place of origin and now a university icon. The stately Romanesque Revival composition is softened by the buff-colored brick. Under the leadership of David Mackenzie, a junior college was begun in the building in 1917. In 1926, high schoo…

  • Wayne State University; Buildings; Old Main; Recent; Restoration

    Circa 1990s. Old Main renovation June 1996 through January 1997. Photographs by Patricia Bartkowski, University Archives. Close-up image of clock tower with scaffolding with men working. Malcomson and Higginbotham, 1896. Originally Central High School, Old Main is Wayne State’s place of origin and now a university icon. The stately Romanesque Revival composition is softened by the buff-colored brick. Under the leadership of David Mackenzie, a junior college was begun in the building in 1917. In…

  • Wayne State University; Buildings; Old Main; Recent; Restoration

    Circa 1990s. Old Main renovation June 1996 through January 1997. Photographs by Patricia Bartkowski, University Archives. Image is of clock tower taken from the ground looking straight up at it. Malcomson and Higginbotham, 1896. Originally Central High School, Old Main is Wayne State’s place of origin and now a university icon. The stately Romanesque Revival composition is softened by the buff-colored brick. Under the leadership of David Mackenzie, a junior college was begun in the building in …

  • Wayne State University; Buildings; Old Main; Recent; Restoration

    Circa 1990s. Old Main renovation June 1996 through January 1997. Photographs by Patricia Bartkowski, University Archives. Image is of the interior of the clock tower with one of the clock faces and graffiti included. Malcomson and Higginbotham, 1896. Originally Central High School, Old Main is Wayne State’s place of origin and now a university icon. The stately Romanesque Revival composition is softened by the buff-colored brick. Under the leadership of David Mackenzie, a junior college was beg…

  • Wayne State University; Buildings; Old Main; Recent; Restoration

    Circa 1990s. Old Main renovation June 1996 through January 1997. Photographs by Patricia Bartkowski, University Archives. Image is of a list of the painters that worked on the building in 1923. The list is present on a I beam in an attic. Malcomson and Higginbotham, 1896. Originally Central High School, Old Main is Wayne State’s place of origin and now a university icon. The stately Romanesque Revival composition is softened by the buff-colored brick. Under the leadership of David Mackenzie, a …

  • Wayne State University; Buildings; Old Main; Recent; Restoration

    Circa 1990s. Old Main renovation June 1996 through January 1997. Photographs by Patricia Bartkowski, University Archives. Image is of an attic of the building Malcomson and Higginbotham, 1896. Originally Central High School, Old Main is Wayne State’s place of origin and now a university icon. The stately Romanesque Revival composition is softened by the buff-colored brick. Under the leadership of David Mackenzie, a junior college was begun in the building in 1917. In 1926, high school classes le…

  • Wayne State University; Buildings; Old Main; Recent; Restoration

    Circa 1990s. Old Main renovation June 1996 through January 1997. Photographs by Patricia Bartkowski, University Archives. Image is a close-up shot of some graffiti on the I-beam located in attic. Image is of a cartoonish person with the word Bindle-Stiff written by it. Malcomson and Higginbotham, 1896. Originally Central High School, Old Main is Wayne State’s place of origin and now a university icon. The stately Romanesque Revival composition is softened by the buff-colored brick. Under the lea…