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Houses Public Safety Service offices
Gidley House was a two-story student residence-turned-office building located south of 21st Street along the east side of Avenue I.
Residence Life classified this small house as a part of the "The Valley" (formerly "Four South"). The house was identified as one of the Men's Cooperative Homes when its honorary name was approved by the Board of Regents .
In the 1970s it was the headquarters for the Public Safety Services offices. After the University Police Department relocated to Sam South this building reverted to a student residence.
For two school years starting in 2002 it was the home of Residence Life; the building was left empty when the department moved to the UAC.
In May 2004 the Board of Regents approved its $55,000 demolition due to its poor structural condition. Raven Village was completed on the site in 2006.
Sources Minutes from the Board of Regents; March 3-4, 1961
 SHSC Revenue Bond Buildings (c.1965)