||1906 to 1910 I observed my old father laboring on the campus. The beautifioation of the campus was dear to his heart ."£9 It took ten years for our forefathers to build the Koyes 3uilding, but they built better than they knew. It has survived several general remoiiellings, but the exterior remains the same- siiopis a.nd beautiful¦ I like the understatement of an entry in the Noyes Diary, "The architecture of the building is not gaudy, but the general arrangement is quite satisfactory... "^ Satisfactory indeed. In lay sentimental opinion it is still the most attractive and dignified building on csunpus. Consider the magnitude of the achievement of those educational pioneers who had the foresight and determination to create an institution to provide for those who came after them, something they themselves did not have-an opportunity for an education. Its reputation can be read in the lives of its graduates. ^Deseret News, April 27, 19o3> P- 16, "Stake Leaders Agree to Locate Church School at Ephraim." 2Merrill D. Beal, Henry Allen Seal A Sanpete Valley Pioneer, p. 69. V. W. Johns Printing, Garland, Utah, 1971. 3lMd., p. ?0. Circular of the Sanpete Stake Academy, First Acadenic Year, 1886-89, p. 2. ^Circular of the Sanpete Stake Academy for 1898-99, p. 8. ^Circular fnr the Snow Academy 19OO-I9OI. (Hew name for Academy. ) 7sno» College History and Development, prepared byt Members of the Scribblers' Club Under Direction ofi Lucy A. Hiilllps, 1976-77, p. 73- "Mrs. Fannie Thompson - Home-coming Speech," tet. 29, 1954. 8Ibld., p. ?k. ^Journal of Hewton E. Hoyes, IB96-I909, copied by 3. Y. U. Library, 195^, September V), I896. 1°H & p., p. 27. (Same source as in footnote 7). nl888 Circular, p. 2.