ASU Moeur Building
201 E Orange Mall Tempe AZ
Completed: 1939; 1963 renovation Architect: Lescher & Mahoney Current Use: Classrooms & research Named for former Governor Benjamin B. Moeur, a Tempe physician and champion of education, the combination of adobe construction and Moderne stylistic details makes this building unique in the state. Originally the Student Services Building, it is also the largest structure of its kind to be built in Arizona by the Works Project Administration (WPA) during the Great Depression. Although the original mural walls have been removed, the building retains most of its original integrity and spatial configuration. It is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Also see: http://uabf.asu.edu/historic_preservation.