ROTC Ordinance and Supply Building

ROTC Ordinance and Supply
17th Street
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Timeline

1938 Constructed
Unknown Repurposed for ROTC storage
c. 1986 Demolished

Namesake

None

Architect

Unknown

Contractor(s)

Unknown

ROTC Ordinance and Supply

The 1940 Alcalde shows the two-year-old Sam Houston Hospital.


ROTC Ordinance and Supply

A view of the eatern side of the ROTC building.


ROTC Ordinance and Supply

A view of the rear-entrance of the ROTC building with a snippet of the small houses in the background.


Sources

[1] Alcalde, 1940

The Reserve Officers' Training Corps (ROTC) Ordinance and Supply headquarters sat west of main campus on 17th Street between Adams Hall and the small houses of Four West.

The building was originally the Sam Houston Hospital, described in the 1940 Alcalde as a "beautiful and well-equipped hospital, operated by a capable physician and nurses" [1]. Student health services later moved to the University Health Center with this building eventually being turned over to the ROTC.

It was demolished in the mid-1980s and converted into a parking lot.


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