H.B. Farmer Education Building
ASU's roots are in teacher preparation, as the university began as a normal school in 1885. The Farmer Education Building is one of several that provide a home to ASU’s Mary Lou Fulton Teachers College. Constructed in 1960, the building honors Hiram Bradford Farmer, the ﬁrst principal and faculty member of the Arizona Territorial Normal School — what would eventually become ASU.