515 Calhoun Drive – Clemson University
City Directories and History: This facility was built in 1938 under the architect, Randolph Edward Lee and constructed by Daniel Construction Co., of Greenville, S.C. It is reported to be one of eight building constructed between 1936-38.
Originally his facility was simply named Textiel Hall but later renamed for Joseph Emory Sirrine.
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IMAGE GALLERY via photographer Bill Segars – 2010