Natural History Building Strauch (2) | University of Illinois Archives
West face of the Natural History Museum taken from the northwest corner. Originally built in 1892, and with major additions adding a 3rd floor in 1906, this image features an ivy-covered facade of the building with Harker Hall (former entomology building) standing to the right. The Natural History Building was designed by Illinois alumnus Nathan Ricker, the first architecture graduate in the U.S.
The building is located at 1301 W Green St, Urbana, IL 61801
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