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Wilkeson Quadrangle (WILKSN) - North Campus, Residential Sector



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Wilkeson Quadrangle


Part of the Ellicott Complex, Wilkeson is an undergraduate residence hall but also home to academic and administrative offices.

Namesake


Samuel Wilkeson Samuel Wilkeson (1781-1848) was a keelboat builder and the first judge of Erie County. He was responsible for providing Buffalo with its harbor, which opened in 1821. He also served as Buffalo's fourth mayor in 1836, was a State Assemblyman and Senator, and a veteran of the Chautauqua militia.

"Be kind to each other; be liberal, and generous - forgiving all injuries whether real or imaginary." -Samuel Wilkeson "The Valiant Man"

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Building Facts

Primary function: Residence

Tenants: Geography, Canada US Trade Center, National Center for Geographic Information & Analysis 

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

Completion date: September, 1974

Gross square feet: 151,162

Construction cost: $1,717,000

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