Woolley Hall was the main site of Marshall College's history, anthropology and archaeology departments. Amongst some of the college students and staff, the faculty and learners of the building were nicknamed "Woollies".


Named after Charles Leonard Woolley, Woolley Hall was a large building which hosted a number of classrooms and faculty offices in addition to a main lecture hall located behind the building's central tower.[2]

Professor Indiana Jones taught classes out of Woolley Hall, including his Archaeology 101 lessons.[2]

After one such class in 1936, Jones met with Eaton and Musgrove, a pair of US intellgence agents, who hired the archaeologist to obtain the Ark of the Covenant.[2]



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