Notes on the Geography of The Eastern United States: Harrisburg, Bellefonte, and Boalsburg: Photo 33
And so it happens that Pennsylvania State University began nearby in 1855 as the Farmers' High School. Centrally located in the state, it grew rapidly after the creation of agricultural experiment stations in 1887. Here's the agriculture building, added in 1907. It remains one of the oldest buildings on campus and is named for the first director of the experiment station, Henry Armsby.
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