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Talbert Hall (TALBRT) - North Campus, Academic Sector

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Talbert Hall

In addition to classrooms, Talbert Hall houses the office of International Student and Scholar Services and Bert's food court.

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Mary Burnett Talbert Mary Burnett Talbert (1865-1923) was one of the nation's most prominent black leaders. Talbert came to Buffalo in 1894 and quickly became involved in the city's church and community life. Her civil rights efforts helped lead to the establishment of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP).

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Building Facts

Primary function: Academic

Tenants: University Honors Program, International Education, Admissions, Bert's Dining Center

Architect: Sasaki, Dawson, and DeMay

Completion date: May, 1977

Gross square feet: 55,091

Construction cost: $6,188,000

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