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A Book Of The Lawyers Quadrangle At The University Of Michigan May 1931

A Book Of The Lawyers Quadrangle At The University Of Michigan

About the Buildings

William W. Cook of the Class of '82, had a dream, and he lived in this dream from its inception until his death. It was to develop a great law school, housed in the most inspiring of buildings and devoted to the ideal of creating leaders of men. He often said, "Intellectual leadership is the greatest problem which faces America today; without leaders we perish." This he placed above all else. With these ideals in mind he proceeded with his work. Architects and artists were dispatched to centers of learning both here and abroad in order that the law school ...


World's Finest Educational Building: William W. Cook Legal Research Library Nears Completion As Unit Of Law Quadrangle, The Michigan Alumnus Jan 1931

World's Finest Educational Building: William W. Cook Legal Research Library Nears Completion As Unit Of Law Quadrangle, The Michigan Alumnus

About the Buildings

As the finishing touches are applied, the nearly completed William W. Cook Legal Research Library looms upward impressively from its position at the southern border of the Law Quadrangle.