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OSU Buildings Histories in the Special Collections and Archives Research Center

Building History

 

To the rear of the heating plant is the campus Armory, present-day McAlexander Fieldhouse. This heating plant was constructed in 1923. Mark Clyde Phillips, a lifelong resident of Corvallis, received a Bachelors in Mechanical Engineering degree from OAC in 1896. The next year he was hired as an instructor of Mechanical Engineering at OAC, and taught until 1947. He also served as superintendent of the college heating plant from 1910-1947 and superintendent of the physical plant from 1937-1947.

The Target Range was built in 1910, and measured 4,174 square feet.

 

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Further Archival Information

MC 27.11

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