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Cary Hall (CARY) - South Campus, Medical & Dental Sector



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Cary Hall


Dr. Charles Cary Hall is now part of the Cary-Farber-Sherman Complex. Built in the early 1950's as the Health Sciences Building, it was originally named for Samuel P. Capen (his name went to a building on the North Campus in the 1970's). Its construction allowed the medical and dental schools to move from their downtown locations onto the campus.

Namesake


Charles Cary A member of the University of Buffalo Medical School Class of 1875, Charles Cary (1852-1931) was a professor of anatomy, dean of the medical school and for 49 years a member of the University Council.

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Building Facts

Primary function: Academic

Tenants: Center for Hearing and Deafness and Communicative Disorders and Sciences

Architect: James, Meadows, & Howard

Completion date: June, 1959

Gross square feet: 147,298

Construction cost: $2,197,000

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