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

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April 14, 2014 5:44 PM

Morrison bookcase brings piece of history back to Wichita State

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