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The Cook Law Quadrangle, 1934

On June 15, 1934, the Cook Law Quadrangle as an entire block was dedicated. Speakers included Dean Roscoe Pound of the Harvard Law School, University of Michigan President Alexander Ruthven, Associate Justice Harlan Stone of the United States Supreme Court, U of M Regent and Law School graduate James O. Murfin, Wisconsin Supreme Court Chief Justice Marvin B. Rosenberry, also a Michigan Law grad; Newton Baker, Secretary of War 1916-1921; and Michigan Law Dean Henry Bates.

Dedicatory exercises of the Law Quadrangle, University of Michigan Law School, 1934, is available here .

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Source: Bentley Historical Library
The Cook Law Quadrangle, 1935/1955 (ca.)
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For more information on The Law Quadrangle

*    The Law Quadrangle on Bentley Historical Library Website Open in New Window

*    The Law Quadrangle on UM History Website Open in New Window

*    History & Tradition - Numbered Marker Series & Other Plaques - Law Quadrangle (1924-1933) Open in New Window



Inscriptions

*    Appendix A: Inscriptions from Ilene H. Forsyth, The Uses of Art: Medieval Metaphor in the Michigan Law Quadrangle, Ann Arbor: University of Michigan Press, 1993, pp. 91-93. Open in New Window

 
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