Arthur Peabody

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Arthur Peabody (1858, Eau Claire, Wisconsin - September 6, 1942, Madison, Wisconsin) was campus architect for the University of Wisconsin–Madison from 1905 to 1915. He became state architect of Wisconsin in 1915. He designed or directed a number of Madison landmarks, including the Wisconsin State Office Building and the Memorial Union.

List of buildings designed or overseen[edit]

  • Hydraulics Laboratory, UW-Madison, now the Water Science and Engineering Laboratory, 660 N. Park Street (1906)[1]
  • additions to Bascom Hall, UW-Madison, 500 Lincoln Drive (1906-1907, and 1924)
  • Old Agronomy Building, UW-Madison, now Agricultural Journalism, 440 Henry Mall (1907)[2]
  • Agricultural Engineering Building, UW-Madison, 460 Henry Mall (1907)[3]
  • Stock Pavilion, UW-Madison, 1675 Linden Drive (1908)
  • Litter Shed addition to the Dairy Barn, UW-Madison, 1915 Linden Drive (1908)[4]
  • Central Heating Station, UW-Madison, now the Service Building Annex, 1225 University Avenue (1908)[5]
  • Forest Products Laboratory, UW-Madison, now the Materials Science & Engineering Building, 1509 University Avenue (1909)
  • Lathrop Hall, UW-Madison, 1050 University Avenue (1909)
  • Dairy Annex, UW-Madison, now Hiram Smith Hall Annex, 1555 Observatory Drive (1909)
  • Birge Hall, UW-Madison, 430 Lincoln Drive (1910)
  • additions to the Armory, UW-Madison, 716 Langdon Street (1911)
  • additions to Chamberlin Hall, UW-Madison, 1150 University Avenue (1912)
  • Home Economics Building, UW-Madison, now the Human Ecology Building, 1300 Linden Drive (1912)
  • Agricultural Chemistry Building, UW-Madison, now the Biochemistry Building, 420 Henry Mall (general contractor of a Laird and Cret design) (1912)[6]
  • Barnard Hall, UW-Madison,970 University Avenue (supervisor of Laird and Cret design) (1912)[7]
  • additions to State Historical Society of Wisconsin building, 816 State Street (1912)
  • Adams County Courthouse, 402 Main Street, Friendship, Wisconsin (1914)
  • Sterling Hall, UW-Madison, 475 N. Charter Street (1915)[8]
  • setting for statue of Abraham Lincoln atop Bascom Hill, UW–Madison (1916)
  • Camp Randall Field House, UW-Madison, 1450 Monroe Street (1916-1930)
  • Infirmary, UW-Madison, now the School of Social Work Building, 1350 University Avenue (with Ferry and Clas) (1918, addition 1930)[9]
  • Bradley Memorial Hospital, UW-Madison, now the Bradley Memorial Building, 1215 Linden Drive (1918-1920)[10]
  • additions to North Hall, UW-Madison, 1050 Bascom Mall (1919)
  • Wisconsin General Hospital, now the UW-Madison Medical Sciences Center, 1300 University Avenue (1924)
  • Memorial Union, UW-Madison, 800 Langdon Street (1925)
  • Van Hise Dormitories, UW-Madison: Tripp Hall, Adams Hall, and the Van Hise Refectory, now Carson Gulley Hall; 1510, 1520, and 1515 Tripp Circle (1926)
  • St. Andrew's Episcopal Church, 1833 Regent Street (1927)
  • Mechanical Engineering Building, UW-Madison, 1513 University Avenue (1930-1931)
  • Wisconsin State Office Building, 1-29 W. Wilson Street (1932)
  • Urben House, Mendota Mental Health Institute (1932)
  • Carillon Tower, UW-Madison, 1180 Observatory Drive (1934)[11]

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