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June 9, 2010 |  1:54 am



 
June 9, 1910, Caltech

June 9, 1910: Officials dedicate Pasadena Hall, the first building constructed at Throop Polytechnic Institute.  “The new Throop is designed to become one of the great engineering schools of the United States,” The Times says. The hall, which was dedicated to "the kingdom of truth," was renamed Throop Hall and demolished after being damaged in the 1971 Sylmar quake.




 
June 9, 1910, Hats


June 9, 1910, Caltech

June 9, 1910, Caltech

June 9, 1910, Caltech


June 9, 1910, Packard 


June 9, 1910, Caltech
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