Bowd–Munson Company

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Bowd–Munson Company was an architectural firm in Lansing, Michigan. The firm was a partnership between Edwyn A. Bowd and Orlie Munson.[1]

Bowd was born in England.[2] He designed the Lewis Cass Building. He also designed many buildings at Michigan State University (MSU) in East Lansing beginning with Old Botany[3] in 1892 and continuing on his own and at the firm with Marshall Hall, Agriculture Hall, Giltner Hall (1913 portion), IM Recreative Sports Circle, and Spartan Stadium. The firm designed most of the buildings on the MSU campus until 1940 often in Collegiate Gothic style.[1][4]

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Masonic Temple in Lansing, now the Main Building for Cooley Law School

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