Wednesday, March 2, 2011

C.C. Little Building

The next stop on my tour of the Albert Kahn buildings on campus was the C.C. Little building.

This building was originally called the East Medical Building. It was five story building and designed by Albert Kahn and built in 1925. It stood at the angle of East University and Washtenaw Avenue. It was made with red brick to be in harmony with the other buildings in this area.

The medical shield, showing a hint of the orignal use of the building.
Another hint of its original use.

One of the friezes. The building now houses some of natural sciences.

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