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1936 Downtown Clemson

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"1936 Downtown Clemson"

Reproduction of a vintage photo taken in 1936 of the main street of the "village" near campus. The town of Calhoun was chatered in 1892 and designated at a 1/2 mile radius around the train depot.  The town grew toward campus and on October 1, 1943 it was renamed Clemson.  In the background you can barely make out "Judge Keller's" on the building on the left. The large man standing in the doorway of the "livery stable" is "Shorty" Schilleter (Schilleter Dining Hall).

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