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GSU adds nine buildings to National Register

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Left Photo: GSU President Frank Pogue addresses the crowd Wednesday as he speaks on the acceptance of nine buildings on Grambling’s campus to the National Register of Historic Places. GSU held a ceremony on their campus Wednesday to commemorate the honor. Right Photo: Markers like this one for the Eddie Robinson Museum will be placed at each of the nine buildings on Grambling’s campus that were added to the National Register of Historic Places. The buildings were added to the list in December 2010.

GRAMBLING — Grambling State University continued its Founder’s Week celebration Wednesday morning with a historic buildings marker ceremony honoring nine of the university’s buildings that were recently added to the National Register of Historic Places.

In front of Long-James Hall, one of the buildings added to the register, a crowd of approximately 25 gathered to witness the ceremony as part of the university’s celebration of 110 years of existence.

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