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Leonard J. Currie (1913 - 1996) was an architect, educator, and world traveler. He studied with Walter Gropius at Harvard, was Head of Architecture at Virginia Tech 1956-1952, and Dean of the School of Architecture and Art at the University of Illinois at Chicago 1961-1981. After retiring from UI Chicago, he returned Blacksburg, Virginia, where he continued to practice architecture. His slides, taken at home and abroad, focus on the built environment.
Squires Theatre was opened in 1991 and is one of the performance halls belongs to the School of Performing Arts at Virginia Tech.
The Squires Theatre may refer to any one of the theatres in the Squires Student Center building: Studio Theatre, Recital Salon, or Haymarket Theatre.
This collection contains posters from regional performing arts organizations from the Squires Theatre.
The Reynolds Homestead was built in 1843 as the Rock Spring Plantation in Critz, Virginia, by Hardin Reynolds, a successful farmer, merchant, banker, and tobacco manufacturer. Hardin and Nancy Cox Reynolds’s son, Richard Joshua (R.J.), founded the R.J. Reynolds Tobacco Company, and their grandson, Richard Samuel, Sr., founded Reynolds Metals. The Reynolds Homestead has been designated a State and National Historic Landmark and is listed on the National Registry of American Homes.