5. Sculpture, Three Musicians by Samuel Cashwan, ca. 1940, southwest lawn of MSU Music Building 

The Three Musicians is all that remains of a pair of large angular concrete sculptural groupings that flanked the streamlined 1930s MSU Band Shell. Designed by O. J. Munson and funded by the WPA/ FAP and a gift from the Class of 1937, the Band Shell was located where Bessey Hall now stands. Three Musicians was moved to its present site when the shell was destroyed. 

 
  
  6. Jenison Fieldhouse, 1940 

Also by O. J. Munson, this PWA-funded building is characteristic of early 1940s architecture. Horizontal and vertical elements culminate in a monumental entrance, accentuated by low reliefs. Inside, the entrance hall is dominated by a staircase with geometric Art Deco details in the form of lamps and railings. 

  
7. Sculpture, Children Reading by Clivia Calder, ca. 1938, Michigan Avenue entrance to Williams Hall 

This small yet vibrant glazed terracotta sculpture and fish head fountain spout, are part of a garden wall that leads to Sarah Langdon Williams Hall. Completed through the WPA/FAP programs, the three young girls reading serve as a symbol of education.