Large Animal Teaching Hospital, number 4
The Large Animal Teaching Hospital building is 68,688 square feet of space, and was constructed in 1993. It was built to house administrative offices and all the teaching and patient care programs of the Department of Large Animal Medicine and Surgery, with the exceptions of nuclear medicine, wildlife medicine, and theriogenology.
DescriptionPoured footing and supports for the foundation of the new Large Animal Teaching Hospital. This photo was taken by someone faceing East. The back side of the small animal hospital is seen on the right with the Medical Sciences Library building behind it and then the water tower. Writing on the photo or group of photos: Large Animal Hospital. Physical description: 16.5X24 mm, mounted, color print (photograph).
SubjectLarge Animal Teaching Hospital
Large Animal Medicine and Surgery
Morgan, Beth (1992). Large Animal Teaching Hospital, number 4. Available electronically from