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Because these dorms were closest to the gyms, they often housed some of the student-athletes. Typically, students in these dorms would wake up and run up to the “I” and back, in training for track and field. Intermountain took pride in their sports…

This area is marked “Mess Hall” and “Nutrition Street” on the Bushnell map and suggests that this area was reserved for the cafeteria of Bushnell. It stood alone, dead center in the property, acting as the nucleus of Bushnell.Each cluster of dorms…

The clerestory architecture of this building is reminiscent of buildings often used for maintenance and laundry. Though the Bushnell Map has the general area marked “Wards,” there is a picture of a patient arrival that suggests it could have been an…

One of the buildings also acted as a detention center for students who were found off campus, and students who were caught drinking. Though there were two different buildings for the punishment -- one was a sort of “Study Hall” designed to make…

This building was part of several wards at Bushnell and potentially acted as an area where doctors met with patients who arrived via train.This building was used as the daycare for the children of the Solo Parent Program. The Room Loft opened about a…

These buildings were part of several patient wards at Bushnell.This building was a part of the girls’ dorm cluster. Each cluster was made up of two buildings called a “block.” These two buildings were connected by hallways, but doors and hallways…