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Dedicatory Exercises Of The Law Quadrangle Apr 1935

Dedicatory Exercises Of The Law Quadrangle

About the Buildings

We have met here today specifically to dedicate Hutchins Hall, the last unit to be erected of a splendid group of buildings presented to the University by Mr. W. W. Cook. The buildings are beautiful, useful, and enduring, but taken altogether, with all that they are in themselves and all that they signify, they represent only one part of a comprehensive contribution to the educational resources of the University of Michigan. It is, therefore, both fitting and imperative that we should on this occasion consider carefully the significance of our whole heritage. Other persons today will speak of Mr. Cook ...


Addresses Delivered At The Dedication Of The Lawyers' Club Of The University Of Michigan, June 13, 1925 May 1926

Addresses Delivered At The Dedication Of The Lawyers' Club Of The University Of Michigan, June 13, 1925

About the Buildings

On April 25, 1922, Mr. William W. Cook, a graduate of the College of Literature, Science, and the Arts of the University of Michigan in 1880 and of the Law Department in 1882, wrote to the Regents of the University an offer to erect for the University, at his own expense, "a law students' combined club and dormitory building." In the letter it was stated that "All dues and all profit from the operation of the building shall be used exclusively for legal research work." The gift having been accepted, a strikingly beautiful group of buildings with sleeping rooms and ...