Spooner Hall University of Kansas

by Carol Shankel and Barbara Watkins

The history of Spooner Hall in black and white pictures and words from construction to today.

“Many people wonder which is the best building on campus. It’s a popular question to ask the architectural faculty. Although I don’t have any idea about what they may mean by `best,’ I have always given the same answer: Spooner Hall. Even before I went inside Spooner, I could see that it was a building of distinction. It is well proportioned, and it is evident from the way that it has adapted and survived that it has a good bone structure.”

— Barry Newton, KU Professor of Architecture

Available now at the KU Bookstore.



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