Snow Hall

(Narration by George Brenner)

Snow650

Location: Jayhawk Boulevard at its intersection with Poplar Lane
Occupied: 1930
Architects: Charles D. Cuthbert, State Architect; H. H. Lane, head of the Department of Zoology
Contractor: P. D. Olmstead Construction Co., Lawrence
Levels: six
Exterior walls: Indiana limestone, cut smooth and broken coursed
Foundation: reinforced concrete
Roof: red composition tile; gable, cross parapet gables, eight hipped dormers
Window surrounds: limestone flat arches and lugsills; bay windows and fourth level ogee arches in end sections
Entry tower: four story limestone tower with octagonal side tower; crenellated roof and slit windows

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