Langdon Hall

Langdon Hall is a student residence hall built in 1954.  It is named in honor of Mrs. Myrtella C. Langdon, who partially funded the construction through a bequest and by assets of an annuity fund.  Mrs. Langdon was active in the local community, was a close friend of Dr. R. Franklin Thompson (UPS president 1942-1973) and took a strong interest in the College of Puget Sound.