By 1920 WRU saw the addition of 14 new buildings
including the Armory (also known
as Adelbert Gym, 1919), Amasa Stone Chapel,
Mather House, and the Mather
Memorial Building. The Dental School had moved from its
downtown location to a new
building on Adelbert Road.
For the Student Army Training Corps (SATC) during
World War I, WRU had built 2 barracks
and a mess hall. They were razed after
less than a year.
In 1920, Case saw the dedication of the Warner
& Swasey Observatory on Taylor Road in East Cleveland.
The telescope installed was the one once used by Worcester Warner
and Ambrose Swasey in their own personal observatory.
During World War I, Case rented the Elysium,
an ice skating rink located at the corner of Euclid Avenue and
East 107th Street, for barracks for its SATC.
Number of buildings in use by Case in 1920:
Number of buildings in use by WRU in 1920: