Blast from the Past Posted on October 1st, 2012 by


26 Nobel Laureates were on hand for the  dedication of The Alfred Nobel Hall of Science in May of 1963. The building was designed by Setter, Leach, and Lindstrom of Minneapolis. The hall was 75,000 square feet with 150 rooms. The sculpture on the front of the building was completed by Don Gregory ’47, with assistance by Paul Granlund ’52. Both artists worked in the  Gustavus Art Department. The building still houses the departments of chemistry, biology, geology, and geography.


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