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Record Group: 0 C
Record Sub-Group: 49
Records Title: UMC; University General; Miscellany; Building Artifacts
Dates: ca. 1841
Volume: 1 cubic foot, 1.25 linear foot
Scope and Content Note
This Record Sub-Group contains artifacts of buildings on the University of Missouri-Columbia campus. The items were received from a variety of sources, including Special Collections in Ellis Library.
Series 1. - C:0/45/2 (A04-88)
This Series contains a building brick thought to stem from Old Academic Hall, (ca. 1840), as well as correspondence about its provenance.
(1/3 c.f., 106, 4)
Note to Researcher: This item was received from Special Collections in Ellis Library. Correspondence associated with the item indicates the brick was found by Graduate Dean and Vice Provost for Research Don H. Blount in 1982 during construction work around the Columns on the Francis Quadrangle.
Series 2. - C:0/45/4 (A12-62)
This Series contains pieces of the Tiger Spot mosaic by Paul Jackson that was installed in Lowry Mall in 2001. The mosaic was removed in May of 2012 due to its deteriorating condition. The Series also includes a printout of an aerial view of Lowry Mall with the mosaic installed.
(1/3 c.f., B23, 7, 3)
Note to Researcher: More information about the Tiger Spot mosaic is available in the University Archives's reference files. Please contact a staff member of University Archives for access to these resources.
Note to Archivist: The pieces of the mosaic were given to University Archives by Pat Jones, Security & Safety Coordinator in Ellis Library.
Series 3. - C:0/45/7 (A19-10)
This Series contains pieces of the columns of Academic Hall, (ca. 1840). The five pieces of stone were among those removed during preventative maintenance of the Columns, including work on the volutes, during 2017.
(OSB, location pending)
Note to Researcher: The five pieces of stone were selected from the debris collected during the project by the Planning, Design and Construction Department of Campus Facilities with the hope of providing a sample of stone types as well as evidence of previous repair techniques.
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