Hutchins Hall Construction, excavation along State St., 1931
Ivory Photo photograph collection
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Ivory Photo (Ann Arbor, Mich.)
York & Sawyer, architecture firm. Hutchins Hall was completed in 1933, the fourth of four buildings William W. Cook gave to form the Law Quadrangle, built between 1924-1933. Located on the northeast corner of Monroe and State Streets. Named for Harry B. Hutchins, Law School Dean from 1895-1910 and University President from 1909-1920. The additional three original buildings comprising the Law Quadrangle with their construction dates are: the Lawyers' Club, 1924; the John P. Cook Dormitory, 1930; and the Legal Research Building, 1931. In January 2012, the Law Quadrangle was enlarged with the addition of South Hall and Aikens Commons.
152783: Windmills with their great wooden sails and picturesque bases. One is shown here silhouetted against, the sunset sky on the shortest day of the year. The sun on December 21st sets before two o'clock after only a few hours of daylight. Shengurski, Russia, 21 December 1918
United States Army Signal Corps photograph collection
United States. Army. Signal Corps.
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