A bookcase nicknamed the “Morrison Monster” has been returned to Wichita State University after being gone for more than a century. The bookcase, which weighs several hundred pounds, was made for Fairmount College president Nathan Morrison. He envisioned a library that would physically and academically be the focal point of the college. Fairmount evolved into WSU. The Morrison family recently donated the bookcase back to WSU.
A bookcase nicknamed the “Morrison Monster” has been returned to Wichita State University after being gone for more than a century. The bookcase, which weighs several hundred pounds, was made for Fairmount College president Nathan Morrison. He envisioned a library that would physically and academically be the focal point of the college. Fairmount evolved into WSU. The Morrison family recently donated the bookcase back to WSU. The Wichita Eagle
A bookcase nicknamed the “Morrison Monster” has been returned to Wichita State University after being gone for more than a century. The bookcase, which weighs several hundred pounds, was made for Fairmount College president Nathan Morrison. He envisioned a library that would physically and academically be the focal point of the college. Fairmount evolved into WSU. The Morrison family recently donated the bookcase back to WSU. The Wichita Eagle

Morrison bookcase brings piece of history back to Wichita State

April 14, 2014 05:44 PM

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