Brooks Hall

Brooks Hall

Description: Brooks Hall


Caption: Brooks Hall, designed by the famous architect Neel Reid, was completed in 1928 and was originally known as the University of Georgia's Commerce-Journalism Building. The building was named after Robert Preston Brooks, the first dean of the School of Commerce, now the Terry College of Business, which is still housed in the building.

Date of Photo: 8/18/2009
Credit: Dot Paul,
Photographic Services File: 26110-149

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