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  • The Kansas Board of Regents votes funds to replace the original Fraser Hall, claiming it had "outlived its usefulness."
  • Architect John G. Haskell, the prolific designer of scores of Kansas buildings, including five KU structures – two of which still remain – first arrives in Lawrence.
  • KU announces that its 1887 powerhouse building will be transformed into a new home for the Hall Center for the Humanities.
Architect John G. Haskell, the prolific designer of scores of Kansas buildings, including five KU structures – two of which still remain – first arrives in Lawrence.
The Kansas Board of Regents votes funds to replace the original Fraser Hall, claiming it had "outlived its usefulness."
KU announces that its 1887 powerhouse building will be transformed into a new home for the Hall Center for the Humanities.
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