University of Notre Dame

Chronicles of Notre Dame du Lac
Edward Sorin, CSC -- Translated by John M. Toohey, CSC, 1895
pg 486            The most important of the improvements at Notre Dame du Lac 
             this year was the rebuilding of the infirmary, which from a little 
             old cabin was made a respectable building of 100ft. in length by 
             45ft. in width, three stories high.
                  This building, like the college, is heated by steam.  For the 
             present the second story is entirely devoted to classes, and a 
             part of the ground floor [is occupied] by the professors.  The 
             remainder, that is to say, what is strictly speaking about half of 
             what is actually necessary, for the infirmary.

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