Windows of Florida State Heritage: Dodd Hall

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Take a look into Florida State University’s heritage at Dodd Hall. The beautiful stained glass windows in FSU’s Heritage Museum, highlight important traditions, faculty and the evolution of the University. Each window was created by students in the Master Craftsman Studio.

Sir Harry Kroto

Florida State College for Women, Last Graduating Class (1946)

College of Music

College of Arts and Sciences

Heritage Tower

Tarpon Club

Women’s F Club

Montgomery Gym

College of Human Sciences

Lady Seminoles

Emeritus Alumni Society

Westcott Legacy

Intercollegiate Athletics

Osceola and Renegade

Gymkana Show Troupe

First Champions (Gymnastics Team 1951)

Governor Ruebin O’D Askew

Dr. Andre J. Thomas

Werkmeister Window

FSU Asolo Conservatory for Actor Training

Senator James E. “Jim” King and Linda Braddock King

Music Literature

President Emeritus Thomas K. “T.K.” Wetherell

The President’s House

College of Education

President Emeritus Doak S. Campbell

Seminole Tribe of Florida

Longmire Building Original Home of the Alumni Association

Art Education and Constructive Designed in honor of Professor Emeritus Ivan Johnson

President Emeritus Talbot “Sandy” D’Alemberte

Faculty Staff Administrators

The Women for Florida State University

First Graduating Class of Florida State University

Florida State University Foundation

Florida State University “Flying High” Circus

Roscoe R. Oglesby Union

Seminole Veterans

Burning Spear

Paul A.M. Dirac

Florida State Heritage Museum

Florida State Heritage Museum