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Old Aggie Memorial Stadium

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AGGIE MEMORIAL STADIUM

37084-D

Former home of the New Mexico State University Aggies.

Originally known as Quesenberry Field, the original Memorial Stadium was built in 1950. It was dedicated as a memorial to New Mexico A&M students who had died in World War II, World War I, and the Spanish-American War, among whom was Henry C. Gilbert Jr., whose parents were instrumental in the 10-year long fundraising drive. Memorial Stadium, which served for twenty-eight seasons, was replaced both due to its small size (at maximum, the seating capacity was only 12,155) and the want of an expanded athletics plant with more infrastructure and parking. (Currently Memorial Tower, which was originally part of the press box of the stadium, is the only remaining reminder of the stadium. It is now structurally incorporated into the university's Health and Social Services building and houses a memorial lounge and computer lab.)

Unused 4" x 6" deckled continental size chrome postcard.

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