Rudolph E. Lee

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Rudolph E. Lee was the founder of the School of Architecture, and served as a Dean. He was a member of Clemson's first graduating class, in 1896. Lee Hall is named for him. Lee designed several buildings on campus, as well as Sloan's Store, which now houses Subway and TD's.

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