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Diefendorf Hall (DFN) - South Campus, Academic Sector

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Diefendorf Hall

Charles Haas Diefendorf Hall houses several large lecture halls as well as other centrally scheduled classrooms. Now that Mathematics has moved to its own building on the North Campus, part of Diefendorf has been renovated to house the Center for Children and Families.

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Charles Haas Diefendorf A distinguished banker and a prime mover in civic, philanthropic and cultural affairs in Buffalo, Charles Haas Diefendorf (1891-1975) was a member of the University Council and its general administration committee. He was awarded the Chancellor's Medal in 1961.

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Building Facts

Primary function: Academic

Tenants: Occupational Therapy; Psychology

Architect: Duane Lyman and Associates

Completion date: June, 1963

Gross square feet: 83,974

Construction cost: $1,602,000

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