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L. S. Neeb Hall

Neeb Hall is one of the largest lecture halls on campus, with the capacity to hold 438 people. Neeb Hall is named for Professor Lewis S. Neeb, head of the Department of Industrial Arts in the 1930s. Neeb was very active in the community, serving as the president of the Tempe Chamber of Commerce, and head of the Civil Aeronautics Authority pilot training program that employed ASU ground school instruction and training facilities at Sky Harbor Airport. The lighted star and camels that adorn "A" Mountain at Christmas were originally designed and built by Professor Neeb.


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