Williams Hall

Williams Hall

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An early example of fundamentalist design Williams Hall has a total area of 131 579 square feet. The research and studies housed in the building are devoted to feeding the world's population and serving farmers and consumers of North Carolina through technology in crop science plant pathology and soil science. The building is named for Charles Burgess Williams (1871-1947) who was named one of seven top-ranking agricultural scientists in America.
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