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Pickard Hall

Pickard Hall then and now. [Left] Postcard of Pickard Hall, then the Chemistry Building, ca. 1920 (courtesy of theUMC Archives: C:0/46/7). [Right] Pickard Hall as seen today.
Date designed: 1892
Date constructed: 1892
Architectural consultant: M.F. Bell, Architect; Fulton, MO
Named after: John Pickard, professor of Greek and chair of the Department of Classical Archaeology and History of Art
Historical/alternate names: Chemical Laboratory, Chemistry Building, Old Chemistry Building, School of Commerce, Art History and Archaeology Building.
Pickard Hall is now home to the MU Art and Archaeology Museum.

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