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Schoenfeld, Clay (ed.) / Wisconsin alumnus
Volume 48, Number 5 (Feb. 1947)

The proposed new mall,   pp. 20-21


Page 20


YOUR UNIVERSITY
OF WISCONSIN TOMORROW
TeP4&a~id Ieafe Mall.
HERE IS THE WAY the University's lower campus will look tomorrow.
The University of Wisconsin Foundation plan calls for an orderly
arrangement of the expanded lower campus, bounded by Lake Men-
dota (right), Park St. (upper diagonal), Johnson St. (rear of building 8),
and Lake SL (lower diagonal). To read this plan, start with Music Hall
(1) upper center. Cross the Hill, preserved untouched, to Science Hall
(2), the Memorial Union (3), and the Historical Library (4). These are all
now standing. Then note these new buildings:
  (5) Center for Applied Research, to be financed by the Foundation.
  (6) University Library, funds for the first unit having already been
appropriated by the State Legislature.
  (7) Art Institute and Museum of Science and History, to be financed
by the Foundation.
  (8) Auditorium, to be financed by the Foundation.
  Other buildings shown in the plan are for possible future construction.


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