In 1897 a cold storage house was erected by the experiment station, costing $1,000. This was designed and intended to serve as a model for others to follow. The performance of the house didn't come up to expectations, and was worked over in 1905 by a western man, since which time the results have been satisfactory." [1][2]
  1. ^ Beal, "A History of Michigan Agricultural College," Pg 273. Lansing Michigan, Wynkoop Hallenbeck Crawford Co. 1915.
  2. ^ Photo in Beal pg 275