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Bascom Hall, located atop Bascom Hill at the eastern end of the Madison campus of the University of Wisconsin, has housed the campus's senior administrative offices for many years. Its space is also used for classrooms and additional academic and administrative offices.
Clocks are always wrong
Bacon Hall is exactly one mile from the State Capitol.
The six white columns on the facade are wooden tree trunks
The statue of President Abraham Lincoln in front of Bascom Hall honors him for signing the Morrill Land Grant Act, which allowed the UW to purchase a 195 acre experimental farm in 1866 for $28,000.
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