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A picture of the Mankato State University Campus Mall and Wigley Administration Center, 1980s.
Student Life on campus at Mankato State University, 1991-04-16.
Student life on campus at Mankato State University, 1991-05-15.
Student Life on campus at Mankato State University, 1991-05-15.
A picture of the Mankato State University Campus Mall and Wigley Administration Center, 1980s.
ROTC officers lined up at ROTC event; Mankato State University
A picture of Mankato State University's Wigley Administration Center, 1989
People walking through the Campus Mall.  National Cerebral Palsy Games, Mankato State University, July 14th, 1989.
Former Minnesota governor Rudy Perpich (B) and Mankato State University President Margaret R. Preska (R) talking in Wigley Administration Center, Mankato State University
Six unknown graduates, five women and one man at Mankato State University taking picture in front of Earle J. Wigley Administration Building. 06-07-1991.
Picture of Wigley Administration Center. Mankato State University, May 29, 1989.
Wigley Administration Building at Mankato State University, 1991-05.
Wigley Administration Center at Mankato State University,
Mankato State University, outdoor view of Wigley Administration Center with Morris Hall in the background.
Former Minnesota governor Rudy Perpich (L) talking to Mary Dooley (M) and Margaret R. Preska (R), who is looking at him, by the University Information, Mankato State University
People walking through the Campus Mall, National Cerebral Palsy Games, Mankato State University, July 14th, 1989.
Students walking in Wigley Administration building, Mankato State University, 1995.
Cerebral Palsy Athletes walking past Wigley Administration Building, Mankato State University, July 14th, 1989.
Mankato State University Intersection of Stadium and Ellis Avenue (south). Taken on Ellis Avenue facing North, with a view of Otto Recreation Center and Wigley Administration Center. June 12, 1989
A group of students and faculty standing outside of Armstrong Hall and Wigley Administration Center with Stomper in the middle, Mankato State University.

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