These two buildings were not built when Bushnell was open, but were designed to hold academic classes such as English, math, and art. Students also eventually had classes such as printmaking, journalism, and graphic design in these buildings. Peggy Barker fondly recalls teaching art in the basement of 327 as one of the best times in her life. These buildings had several windows that provided wonderful views of the mountains to the east and the Intermountain football field to the west.
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“ Buildings 327 and 328 (Classrooms) ,” Brigham City Heritage Tours, accessed October 31, 2020, http://tours.brighamcityhistory.org/items/show/20.