Colorado State University: Wagar Building – Fort Collins CO

Description

“Designed by two important Colorado architects, Frank W. Frewen and Earl C. Morris, the 1939 building, with its 1957 addition, has a long association with Dr. I. E. Newsom and agricultural education at the college.  From its construction in 1939 through 1979, the building contained the classrooms and laboratories of the Department of Pathology and Bacteriology.  The Public Works Administration, a New Deal era agency, partially funded the construction.”   (http://www.historycolorado.org)

The building was formerly known as the Veterinary Medicine Building. It now appears to contain the Department of Fish and Wildlife Biology.

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Location Info


Amy Van Dyken Way
Fort Collins, CO 80521

Coordinates: 40.57487992, -105.081652

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