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Demolition of E. B. Fred Hall
 at the University of Wisconsin-Madison 

in the Summer and Fall of 2004


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A Special Page of Aurora Photos – November 7, 2004

On this Sunday evening, a rarely-seen (in Madison) aurora forms the backdrop in these photos of E. B. Fred Hall, now reduced to a few piles of rubble.

Evident in most of the photos is part of a concrete column standing with its internal rebar dangling out – called a "medusa" by the workers at the demolition site.

The bottom right photo features a view of the historic Hiram Smith Hall, now easily visible from most directions until the construction of the new Microbial Sciences Building will put it in hiding once again.

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