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1 Ell Peace and Serenity
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NOBLE IN THE PAST m The Hamrick Building is truly an example of Gardner-Webb ' s noble past and holds many touching as well as historical memories for many people. Hamrick Hall was built as a memorial to the men who died in World War I. Construction began in the spring of 1 920 and completion was in 1925. In 1937, the building burned. With walls left standing, renovation began in 1 940 and was completed in 1 942. At this time it was dedicated and named the E.B. Hamrick Hall. It served as a housing for administration and a meeting place for chapel as well as various classes. Governor Gardner became interested in the college and had the building painted white. Later the brick walls were sand-blasted and restored to the original natural color. Here the Hamrick Building stands in only one of the many winters it has endured. Hopefully, it will continue to stand noble and proud. • . f
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A builder builded a temple He wrought with care and skill; Pillar and groins and arches Were fashioned to meet his will And men said when they saw its beauty: " It shall never know decay. Great is thy skill, O Builder, Thy fame shall endure for aye. " A teacher builded a temple; He wrought with skill and care; Forming each pillar with patience. Laying each stone with prayer. None saw the unceasing effort; None knew of the marvelous plan; For the temple the teacher builded Was unseen by the eyes of man. Gone Is the builders temple; Crumbled into the dust. Pillar and groin and arches Food for consuming rust; But the temple the teacher builded Shall endure while the ages roll; For the beautiful unseen temple Was a student ' s immortal soul.
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