Engineering students daily pass this glass displayed early Packard without a second glance. I certainly did so, assuming it was an entombed relic, all during my four years as an M.E. student.
In my day, this building was called "Packard Lab" because its "rear half" was a three story high laboratory space.
In the 1920’s, Lehigh University needed better facilities for students in the College of Engineering—specifically the mechanical and electrical engineering departments—to study, perform research, a
The photograph depicts the edge of Lehigh University before Packard Hall was constructed in 1928-1930, Mart Library in 1967-1969, Maginnes in 1970, Campus Square in 2002, and STEPS in 2007-2011.
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