View of construction on the southwest corner of Memorial Library in 1952. Scaffolding is in place around the building and many of the exterior walls are still under construction. A variety of construction trailers surround the work site.
Memorial Library, Marquette University; John Plankinton Mansion, Marquette University; Haggerty Hall, Marquette University; Walter Schroeder Health Sciences and Education Complex, Marquette University
View to the west of the Memorial Library construction site. Construction work is focused on the foundation at this point in 1951. Around the site can be seen construction materials and small trailers for the workers to use. Visible in the...
Street-level view of the McCormick Hall construction site, December 3, 1966, with only the first several floors in place. Walls surrounding the construction site bear graffiti documenting issues and themes of the time.
Construction progress on McCormick Hall as viewed from the south side of the building across Wisconsin Avenue on January 25, 1967. Walls surrounding the construction site bear graffiti documenting issues and themes of the time.
Cranes and construction workers make progress on the Cudahy Hall construction site, 1993. Visible in the background are other campus buildings including the Brooks Memorial Union, the Biltmore Apartments and Holthusen Hall.
View looking north and east at the Schroeder Hall construction site, May 15, 1956. Visible in the background is the Milwaukee County Courthouse. Excavation is under way and some footings have been poured.
Marquette University President Edward J. O'Donnell, S.J., and a variety of dignitaries stand on the construction site for the College of Business Administration building (David A. Straz, Jr. Hall), during groundbreaking ceremonies, January 10,...
This article describes how the Saint Joan of Arc Chapel is the newest jewel on the Marquette University campus detailing the complex process of moving and reconstructing a building and the steps taken to preserve the chapel's history.
Lalumiere Language Hall construction site as viewed from the west, May 2, 1969. A forklift is in place to install windows on the west side of the building and a retaining wall is being constructed to the west of the building. The Marquette...
An aerial view of McCormick Hall in the early days of the residence hall's construction, 1966-1967. The crane can be seen holding a load of construction materials as workers walk on scaffolds on one of the lower floors of the building. The...
The north facade of Memorial Library while it is under construction in 1952. Framing is in place, but the exterior walls have yet to be constructed. In the foreground are stacks of lumber and tarp covered supplies.
Construction workers inspect work at the site of the Olin Engineering Center, September 1976. Visible here is the east side of Haggerty showing where the exterior has been opened up to allow for construction of passage between the two buildings.
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Wehr Life Sciences Building construction site, as seen from the southwest corner of the building, May 5, 1961. A sign on the side features a drawing of the completed building and lists the various contractors involved with its construction.
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Brochure printed for the formal dedication of the Wehr Science Center, which includes the Chemistry, Physics, and Life Sciences buildings, all funded by Frederic C. (Todd) Wehr and the Wehr Foundation.
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Governor Thompson appearing with construction workers at unveiling of the new Main Street; City of Mosinee; Marathon County; Wisconsin; August 24, 1998. Event was part of 1998 Moving State Government tour of central Wisconsin.