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'''McAlister Hall''' on the [[University of Central Arkansas]] campus was constructed in 1934. The hall is named for the late university president [[Heber L. McAlister]].  
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'''McAlister Hall''' on the [[University of Central Arkansas]] campus is the home of the [[UCA Department of Art]], [[UCA Department of Family and Consumer Sciences]], and the [[UCA Honors College]].  
  
The hall is the current home of the Department of Art, Department of Family and Consumer Sciences, and the [[UCA Honors College]].
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McAlister Hall was constructed in 1934 when the school was known as Arkansas State Teachers College (ASTC). The hall is named for then-university president [[Heber L. McAlister]]. ASTC's trustees at the time of the hall's dedication were W. E. Phipps, Roy Leonard, Jo Frauenthal, S. T. Smith, E. L. Compere, J. H. Andrews, and J. Oscar Humphrey.
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The hall was designed by the architectural firm [[Wittenberg & Delony]]. The general contractor was [[George H. Burden]]. The electrical and heating contractor was [[Brooks Turner]]. Electrical services were provided by [[I. K. Electric Company]].
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McAlister Hall was renovated and rededicated in 1991 under the presidency of [[Winfred L. Thompson]]. Design work on the refurbished building was done by [[Wittenberg, Delony, and Davidson]]. The contractor was [[Vratsinas Construction Company]].
  
 
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Latest revision as of 00:20, 24 April 2009

McAlister Hall on the UCA campus.

McAlister Hall on the University of Central Arkansas campus is the home of the UCA Department of Art, UCA Department of Family and Consumer Sciences, and the UCA Honors College.

McAlister Hall was constructed in 1934 when the school was known as Arkansas State Teachers College (ASTC). The hall is named for then-university president Heber L. McAlister. ASTC's trustees at the time of the hall's dedication were W. E. Phipps, Roy Leonard, Jo Frauenthal, S. T. Smith, E. L. Compere, J. H. Andrews, and J. Oscar Humphrey.

The hall was designed by the architectural firm Wittenberg & Delony. The general contractor was George H. Burden. The electrical and heating contractor was Brooks Turner. Electrical services were provided by I. K. Electric Company.

McAlister Hall was renovated and rededicated in 1991 under the presidency of Winfred L. Thompson. Design work on the refurbished building was done by Wittenberg, Delony, and Davidson. The contractor was Vratsinas Construction Company.

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