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Anderson Hall is a dormitory on the campus of Central Washington University. It was completed in 1962 and remains in use today. It was initially a women's residence, but today is co-ed.
Its namesake, Mabel T. Anderson, was a student and, later, a professor at Central. She enrolled in 1916 and two years later became the third grade teacher in the campus training school. After earning a master’s degree at Teacher’s College, Columbia University, she returned to Central and taught in the education program until 1963.
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Central Washington University, "Anderson Hall Scrapbook, 1963" (1963). CWU Scrapbooks. 1.
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