An anonymous group of Methodist donors gave the funds to build and furnish the first women''s dorm during the school year of 1925-26. They also requested that the building be named Susannah Wesley Hall. With the addition of East and West Halls between 1954-6, almost every freshman (male and female) for the last generation has lived in this complex.
ALBION, MICHNote on card- Irene: Cousins of Maupas'' from Buffalo N.Y. came yesterday- The man is a picture of Lewis Stone - He is taking us for a ride now. Mother
ALBION, MICHAUGUST 17, 1927Note on card- Dear Ethel: Be a good girl and help mother because grandmother said so. Your brother, JamesALBION, MICHSEPTEMBER 30, 1948Note on card- Dear Eddie, Hope you''re as crazy about college as I am! I love it. My room is on the back of this P.C. - 6th from the left on the 2nd floor. Will write a letter as soon as they give us time to breathe. Don''t work too hard & remember - all A''s. LeaALBION, MICHJANUARY 17, 1949Note on card- I thought you might be interested in having a picture of the girls'' dorm. Keep it for future reference. If you want more cards, just say so. DuaneUNUSEDPrinted description: Susanna Wesley Hall, central building on the women''s residence campus which also includes East and West Halls and the Dorothy McVittie Kresge Dining Room.