Osborn Memorial Laboratories (Q7105763)

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The Osborn Memorial Laboratories in New Haven, Connecticut were built in 1913 as the home for biology at Yale University. In the past, they contained both zoology and botany, in the two wings on Sachem Street and Prospect Street (address: 165 Prospect St.). They sit at the base of Sachem's Woods: the original site of Highwood, the mansion of James Abraham Hillhouse. This area is now known as Science Hill and is the site of Kline Biology Tower, Sage Hall (Yale School of Forestry and Environmental Studies), and chemistry and physics buildings. The building sits across Prospect Street from Ingalls Rink and across Sachem from the Yale School of Management. It was designed by the architect Charles C. Haight, who also designed buildings of the original Columbia University campus on the current site of Rockefeller Center.

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name: Osborn Memorial Laboratories
building: university
operator: Yale University
wikidata: Q7105763
addr:city: New Haven
addr:state: CT
addr:street: Prospect Street
addr:postcode: 06511
addr:housenumber: 165

wikidata match: Q7105763

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