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Millard Fillmore Academic Center


Millard Fillmore Academic Center houses academic and administrative offices, classrooms and research space. It also connects at the first-floor level the various towers and quadrangles of the Ellicott Complex. The Department of Anthropology and its Marian E. White Anthropology Research Museum and the Department of Classics are located here.

Namesake


Millard Fillmore Millard Fillmore (1800-1874) was the 13th president of the United States. Born in Cayuga County, New York, he grew up in the Finger Lakes region. Mostly self-taught, he opened the first law office in East Aurora in 1823. From 1833 to 1835, and again from 1837 to 1843, Fillmore represented his district in the U.S. House of Representatives. In 1846, he became our first university chancellor and served as State Controller in 1848. He went on to become vice president the next year, and with the death of Zachary Taylor in 1850, assumed the presidency of the United States (1850-53). Afterwards, he returned to Buffalo and contributed generously to the cultural and educational life of the city. The university celebrates his birthday each year with a ceremony at his grave-site in Forest Lawn Cemetery.

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Building Facts

Primary function: Academic

Tenants: Anthropology, Classics, Katherine Cornell Theater, Blake Academic Success Center, Ellicott Food Court, WRUB Student Radio, Veterans Affairs, Residence Hall Association Offices, Office of Transfer and Articulation Services

Architect: Davis, Brody, and Associates of New York City; Milstein, Wittek, Davis Associates of Buffalo

Completion date: July, 1974

Gross square feet: 200,045

Construction cost: $8,962,000

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