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Memorial Science Building – 1949

From the Windsor Daily Star – August 21, 1948

    Nearing completion is the new $460,000 Memorial Science Building at Assumption College which will provide classrooms and laboratories for classes in physics, chemistry, biology, psychology and mathematics. A memorial to the 121 Assumption men who lost their lives in World War II, the science building provides needed facilities at the college. At present workmen are speedily completing the building to that it will be ready for classes which commence September 20. Construction on the building began a year ago and most advanced thoughts in school and classroom design have been incorporated in the building. Above is an exterior photos of the science building which is on the Patricia road side of the block. This picture was taken from the inner campus, facing the west side of the building.

This building still stands on campus of the University of Windsor today, and was designed by architect J.C. Pennington.

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