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Clark Hall (CLARK) - South Campus, Academic Sector



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Clark Hall


Originally constructed in 1937, as the Irwin B. Clark Memorial Gymnasium, Clark Hall has a long history of serving South Campus's athletics and recreation needs. Frequently the scene of heated intramural contests, Clark Hall has all of the essential facilities for your game, match, or workout: gymnasiums, handball courts, a swimming pool, a weight room, and men's and women's locker rooms.

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Namesake


Completed in 1938, the Irwin B. Clark Memorial Gymnasium was built in memory of Mrs. Evelyn Clark's late husband, Irwin Brayton Clark (1861-1924), a well-known Buffalo seed merchant. A bequest of $300,000 from Mrs. Clark made possible the gymnasium construction.

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Building Facts

Primary function: Academic

Tenants: Division of Athletics, Office of Student Life, Department of Public Safety

Architect: E. B. Green & Son

Completion date: June, 1937; 1948

Gross square feet: 83,468

Construction cost: $560,000

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