Food and Agriculture Building
For centuries, men farmed mainly as their fathers had farmed before them. In the last 75 years, a great change has come. It is depicted in a dramatic way in the Agricultural group, over on Northerly island, just north of the U. S. Government building. Because of its great length, this building is easily reached, either over the Twelfth Street or the Science bridge. It covers a gross area of 95,115 feet and is 658 feet long. Arthur Brown, Jr., and Edward H. Bennett were the architects. The Dairy Building immediately north covers 15,000 square feet. The same architects designed it.
The Food and Agriculture Building – Looking South
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