Curtis Hall, University of Missouri – Columbia MO

Description

Constructed by the PWA in 1939.

Curtis Hall is on the main campus of the University of Missouri in Columbia. It was named after Winterton Curtis, Professor of Zoology who was one of the expert witnesses called to the Scopes “monkey” trial of 1925. The building was initially named the New Chemistry, then the BioChem building, and is now primarily used for genetics work.

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http://umcspace.missouri.edu/historic/buildings/Curtis/

Project originally submitted by Charles Swaney on April 17, 2013.

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Location Info


Curtis Hall
Columbia, MO `65201

Coordinates: 38.944667, -92.32331769999996

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