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Photo by Lydia Parker, May 2019
Built in 1922 as the Commerce Hall, it was named for John A. Bexell in 1966, founder and head of the School of Commerce from 1908 to 1931. The President’s Office was located here from 1923 to 1972. The building was home to the College of Business until 2014, and if you look behind the interior entryway wall covering you can still glimpse the wood inlay, which is now replicated in Austin Hall, the new home of the College of Business. Bexell now houses the College of Liberal Arts student services and administrative offices, in addition to the School of Public Policy, which includes the areas of economics, sociology and political science.
|Address||2251 SW Campus Way|
Currently: College of Liberal Arts student services and administrative offices, School of Public Policy. Previously: School of Commerce (Business)
|Previous Name(s)||Commerce Hall (1922-1966)|
John A. Bexell, Head of School of Commerce (1908-1931)
|Historic District||Yes; Historic Contributing Building|
Oregon Digital: This archive contains a large repository of historic photographs of Bexell Hall, periodicals, and more.
SCARC: The Special Collections and Archival Research Center has compiled six different photography collections, as well as manuscripts and personal papers pertaining to Bexell Hall.
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