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Dorsheimer Laboratory/Greenhouse


Dorsheimer Laboratory/Greenhouse is four separate greenhouse units with environments ranging from tropical to cold. It is used for instruction and research in biology and the botanical sciences.

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Namesake


Philip Dorsheimer Philip Dorsheimer (1797-1868) was a postmaster and collector of port duties in Buffalo. He originally emigrated from Germany in 1816. Dorsheimer held several government posts under presidents Van Buren, Polk and Lincoln, and also served as New York State Treasurer in 1859.

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Building Facts

Primary function: Academic

Tenants: Department of Biology

Architect: William L. Long and Associates of Buffalo

Completion date: August, 1979

Gross square feet: 8,800

Construction cost: $31,000

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