Cook Engineering Laboratory
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The Cook Engineering Laboratory, completed in 1965, was designed by the firm of Lyles, Bisset, Carlisle & Wolff, and is named for James Clinton Cook, Jr., professor of mechanical engineering, 1948-1968.
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