Buckman Hall was named in honor of Mertie W. Buckman and the late Stanley J. Buckman and their family. It houses the departments of International Studies, Economics and Business Administration, Political Science, History and Wynton M. Blount Lecture Hall. The building features the Daughdrill Tower, which honors President and Mrs. James H. Daughdrill, Jr. and was provided anonymously by an alumna-trustee of the College. Buckman was dedicated October 24, 1991.
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|1990||Bob and Mertie Buckman at dedication of Buckman Hall||-|
|1997||Buckman Hall entrance on north side||-|
|1994||Buckman Hall after a winter storm||-|
|1993||Reception area in Buckman Hall first floor||-|
|2005||Buckman Hall entrance in spring||-|
|1995||Buckman Hall at dusk||-|
|1991||Buckman Hall topping out ceremony||-|
|10-Nov-2003||Front view of Buckman Hall from the southeast||-|
|10-Nov-2003||South view of Buckman Hall||-|
|2004||Panorama of north side of Buckman Hall||-|
|1998||South view of Buckman Hall||-|
|2003||Stained glass windows in Buckman Hall||-|
|2003||Front view of Buckman Hall||-|
|2000||Stained glass windows||-|