Frazee Hall being destroyed by a fire on January 24, 1956. "When $350, 000 Fire Hit UK Class Building- Flames pour from windows of Frazee Hall, 54-year-old University of Kentucky classroom building, in a $350, 000 fire Tuesday night. Fire department officials blamed the blaze on an explosion set off by incendiarists. An investigation is under way. The building was a 75% loss. -AP Wire photo." Received June 13, 1959 from the Cincinnati Enquirer
- 1956, January 24
- University of Kentucky.
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