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June 07, 1950 - Image 4

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The Michigan Daily, 1950-06-07

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THE MICHIGAN' DAILY t NA

)NESDAY,
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Law Schtool,

Library',
Haven Hall's history shows th~e
ancient yellow-brick~ building to
have the usual long anid vaxied
uses of most old university build-
ings.
First constructed in 1883 at the
then tremendous cost of $1500,
the Hall was irnmediately-occupied
by the Law School. The Law
School shared its use with the
General Library, which occupied
the first floor for 20 years until a
general Library building was built.
THE RAPIDLY GROWING Lawi
School soon felt cramped, and ex-
pansion of the building was neces-
sary. In spite of tie 'library's leav-,
ing, the pinch for space was stilll
felt, until 1893.
In that year a< rear section
was added. This provedĀ° inade-
quate, and in 1898 the building.
was almost completely reconl
strutted and enlarged, at a cost
of $30,000. This ended its chain-
ges, and it then hMd the three-
story form familiar' to studlents.
In 1933 the Law School com-
pletely outgrew the struicture, and
moved 'to Hutchins, Hall. The
school's valuable library was moved
in 1929 when the Haven Hall was
judged' unsafe.

STUDENTS MAN HOSES ALONG WITH FIREMEN AS FJAMES GUT HAVEN HALL. HUNDREDS OF VOLUNTEERS FOUGHT THE BLAZE .LATE INTO THE. NIGHT.

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JOURNALISM PROF. MAURER SEES OFFICE BURN

Daily Photo Coverage
by

TTWally Barth
Alex L manian
Burt Sapowitch

Al Forman
Ed Kozma
Al Atwell

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FIRE-WEAKENED CORNICE GOES CRASHING TO THE GROUND BELOW.,

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