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f;^. 1. James Gamble Rogers, an early rendering of South Halt, probably early 193 L prior to budget reductions. Note the
three-door entrance, the freestanding, Corinthian columns, and the absence of the familiar philosophers frieze.

Fig. 2. The completed South Hall, fall 1934. Mole that Itu- book .stark jacade has been refaced in limestone, in contrast to the
brick facade in the photo on page 21.
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