Hoch/Budig

(Narration by Janis Hutchison)

Hoch650B

Location: Jayhawk Boulevard facing the Poplar Lane intersection
Occupied: 1927
Architect: Charles D. Cuthbert, State Architect
Contractor: Mont Green, Manhattan, Kansas, St. Joseph Structural Steel Company
Levels: three and one-half
Exterior walls: Indiana limestone, cut and broken coursed on north fa├žade; white brick on other sides
Foundation: reinforced concrete
Roof: red clay flat tile; truncated hip plus end gables and two cross gables;
crenellated parapet over two-story entrance
Window surrounds: limestone pointed arches, lintels, and labels
Door surrounds: three pointed arch openings separated by two-story engaged pilasters; end doors under ogee arches
Entry plaza: open concrete with raised square flower beds and benches

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