LPL Buildings Through Time

Well, our experiment is over and our Saturdays are free again. Thanks to all the folks who shared their own building stories and gave up their time.

There were some good suggestions as to content and format.   It seems that nine hours wasn’t enough for some people.

A lot of our architectural history still remains, as the images show.  It’s part of our collective heritage.  Preservation and restoration will be even more important as the years go by.

Next summer we hope to do it again, but in the early evening, on a Tuesday perhaps.  The Main Library will have more space and is in an excellent location for walking and looking, which will solve the problem of moving people around.

Thanks again everyone, I enjoyed it as much as you did.
2013 LPL series

 

 

 

 

 

 

Keep on looking!

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One comment

  • Matt
    August 3, 2013 - 12:18 pm | Permalink

    We very much enjoyed the learning.

    Great presentation by Dr. Crocker!
    Thanks again, and looking forward to next summer’s
    series. In the meantime, it would be fun for those of us
    interested in continued discussion about LaCrosse architecture
    to check in now and then, and post on this website.

    Matt and Laura

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