Object name:
Atwood Campus Center

United States

Added by:
Kim Lahip

Add date:
2020-12-08 12:53

Object description

The Atwood Campus Center is the student center of Alaska Pacific University in Anchorage, Alaska. It is a two-story square building 113 feet on each side, elevated on a podium extending ten or more feet to each side. It is flanked by two residence halls, which, although also 25 feet in height, have three stories. This complex was designed by Edward Durell Stone and built in 1966, when the school was known as Alaska Methodist University. This complex has been listed on the National Register of Historic Places for its significance as the site of a major 1971 conference of more than 600 Alaska Native representatives, at which they formally accepted the Alaska Native Claims Settlement Act, landmark legislation which fundamentally altered the handling of land ownership and use in the state, particularly with respect to native title, which had long clouded many real estate transfers.

Atwood Campus Center
Atwood Campus Center
Atwood Campus Center

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