Because of the Great Depression campus growth
at both institutions was limited in the 1930s.
The major changes at Case were the additions of
the Chemical Engineering Building (named
for alumnus and faculty member Albert W. Smith in 1956) and
the establishment of a permanent site for Camp
Case at Mohican State Forest.
The biggest addition for WRU was the acquisition of Squire
Valleevue Farm in Hunting Valley through the bequest of
Andrew and Eleanor Squire.
Number of buildings in use by Case in 1940:
Number of buildings in use by WRU in 1940: