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NEXT -- A SITE PLAN WE ARE DOING FOR U. OF M. -- IT IS A TRIANGULAR PIECE OF GROUND AND EVERYTHING CONSPIRES TO MAKING THE TRIANGULAR LOTS POSSIBLE -- JAY BARR INVENTED THIS ONE AND I LIKE IT VERY WELL

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I CANT REMEMBER HOW IT GOES BUT I THINK IT
WILL BE FUN

NEXT PROBLEM -- MILWAKEE CULTURAL CENTER --I HAVE BEEN SCARED TO LOOK AT IT FOR THE LAST WEEK BECAUSE MY MIND HAS BEEN SO FILLED UP BUT TO-MORROW AT 2 P.M. I AM GOING INTO IT -- IT THINK OUR [[PARTI?]] NOW IS GOOD -- I DONT THINK YOU SAW IT. -- IT CONSISTS OF A VETERANS BUILDING + ART MUSEUM + THEATER FOR 3000 -- THE SITE IS MAGNIFICENT BUT HAS PECULUAR PROBLEMS TOO LONG TO EXPLAN.  --[[strikethrough]]V17 [[/strikethrough]] -- IF ART MUSEUM GOES AHED 
 IT WILL BE VERY PECULUAR -- VATICAN
IS ENTERD FROM BELOW -- THIS ONE WILL BE ENTERD FROM ABOVE

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[[Written labels on plan, clockwise starting from left]]

CITY
R R TRACKS
LAKE MICHIGAN

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VETERANS BLDG ON STILTS -- ENTER FROM CITY UNDER IT  DECEND TO SCULPTURE COURT -- ENTER MUSEUM GALERIES BELOW COURT. --- [[Strikethrough]] SCULPTURE COURT WIL [[/Strikethrough]] MUSEUM COURT WILL BE MINGLING AREA FOR ALL ACTIVITIES -- VET BUILDING TO GO AHEAD ONLY UNTIL THEY COLLECT MORE MONEY.

EXPRESS PARKWAY
[[Indicating a portion of the leftmost building]]
EXISTING

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