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Harriman Hall (HARRIM) - South Campus, Medical & Dental Sector

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Harriman Hall

Originally Norton Union (1933-1962), Lewis G. Harriman Hall now houses offices of the Academic Health Center and the Office of VP Health Sciences. Additionally, Harriman Hall offers plenty of student activity space, a conveniently located dining facility, the Off-Campus Housing office, and a satellite office for Parking and Transportation Services.

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Lewis G. Harriman When a new student union building was built on the Main Street Campus, the name Norton Union was transferred to the new structure (now again renamed as Squire Hall), and the original Norton Union was renamed in honor of Lewis G. Harriman (1890-1973), a business and civic leader who also served on the University Council. This building is part of the quadrangle of buildings on the South Campus designed by the noted Buffalo architect E. B. Green and his firm.

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Building Facts

Primary function: Academic

Tenants: Campus Dining and Shops, Office of Student Life, Faculty Student Association

Architect: E.B. Green (1933); Duane Lyman (1953 renovations)

Completion date: 1933

Gross square feet: 56,924

Construction cost: $650,000

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