Explore campus maps:
Open up the alphabetical index of SCUA's YouMass wiki to find content on specific buildings.
A UMass campus timeline also covers some of the buildings and changes during these years.
An example of a building with significant history during this period is Mills House:
The site of several racially charged incidents on campus, including student occupation, marches, and demands to administration, which helped lead to New Africa House as a Black student cultural space, and the creation of the Afro-Am department at UMass.
For additional campus architectural history, visit SCUA on the 25th floor of the Du Bois Library to view the University Records of the Physical Plant.