Historical Location

Name: RAMI Women's HousingFile_000.jpeg

Category: [store/factory/school etc.] dwelling

Size: ~1 acre?

Condition: Good

Inhabitants: Emily Ballard

Map Location: South Plymouth Ave

Description (ca. 1921):

The RAMI Women's Housing buildings are average dormitory housing for girls and women attending RAMI. Each building contains 15-20 single rooms, with two large bathrooms and a lounge per building. Buildings are typically two stories, though size varies, and are sturdily made from the signature RAMI red bricks.

Individual rooms contain a twin-size bed with scratchy wool blankets and yellow-gray linens, as well as a wooden desk, a wooden chair, a small wardrobe, and a closet for storage.