The Maine Campus
The Y.W.C.A. Restroom, located on the third floor of Fernald Hall, opened for the first time in December 1920. Fernald Hall, originally called Chemical Hall, was the first academic building constructed at the University of Maine. Opening in 1870, the building housed classrooms and laboratories for chemistry and physics as well as a small library. The building was re-named Fernald Hall in 1896.
The Maine Campus, "Women's Rest Room Opened in Fernald" (1920). Social Justice: Diversity, Equity, & Inclusion. 570.
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