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Encyclopedia > Arthur Peabody

Arthur Peabody (1858, Eau Claire, Wisconsin- September 6, 1942, Madison, Wisconsin) was campus architect for the University of Wisconsin in Madison, Wisconsin from 1905-1915. He became state architect of Wisconsin in 1915. He designed or directed a number of Madison landmarks, including the Wisconsin State Office Building and the Memorial Union. 1858 (MDCCCLVIII) is a common year starting on Friday of the Gregorian calendar (or a common year starting on Sunday of the 12-day-slower Julian calendar). ... Eau Claire is a city located in west-central Wisconsin. ... This article is about the day of the year. ... This article is about the year. ... The University of Wisconsin is a public university in the state of Wisconsin. ... Wisconsin State Capitol Madison is the capital of Wisconsin, a state in the United States of America. ...


List of buildings designed or overseen

  • Litter Shed addition to the Dairy Barn[1] at the University of Wisconsin (1908)
  • Wisconsin State Office Building, 1 W. Wilson St. (1932)
  • University of Wisconsin Memorial Union, 800 Langdon St. (1925)
  • University of Wisconsin Carillion Tower, 1180 Observatory Drive (1934)[2]
  • University of Wisconsin Camp Randall Field House, 1450 Monroe Street (1916-1930)
  • Setting for statue of Abraham Lincoln on Bascom Hill at the University of Wisconsin (1916)
  • University of Wisconsin Stock Pavillion, 1675 Linden Drive (1908)
  • University of Wisconsin Stirling Hall, 475 North Charter Street (1916)
  • University of Wisconsin Birge Hall (1910)
  • Wisconsin Gerneral Hospital, 1215 Linden Drive (1918-1931)
  • Bernard Hall (1912)
  • Lathrop Hall (1909)
  • Mechanical Engineering Building
  • Lakeshore Dormitories (1926)
  • Home Economics Building (1912)
  • Agricultural Engineering Building (1906)
  • Hydraulic Laboratory (1906)
  • Central Heating Station (1908)
  • St. Andrew's Episcopal Church, 1833 Regent Street (1927)
  • Forest Products Laboratory, 1 Gifford Pinchot Drive (1909)
  • 1911 additions to University of Wisconsin Armory
  • 1909 additions to Hiram Smith Hall
  • 1912 additions to State Historical Society of Wisconsin building
  • 1919 additions to North Hall
  • additions to Bascom Hall (106-1907, and 1924)
  • additons to Chamberlin Hall (1912)

Memorial Union, also known as the Union or the Terrace, is located on the shore of Lake Mendota on the campus of the University of Wisconsin-Madison. ... The Netherlands Carillon in Arlington, Virginia, USA A carillon is a keyboard percussion instrument composed of a range of bells controlled by a keyboard. ...

References

The Wisconsin State Journal is a newspaper printed in Madison, Wisconsin. ...

External links

  • University of Wisconsin-Madison Facility Name Registry

 
 

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