Duke students, faculty and staff joined other community members Monday to remember the legacy of the Rev. Martin Luther King Jr. by packaging more than 100,000 meals for the United Way of the Greater Triangle.
The exhibit was a showcase for the contributions of Julian Abele, the African-American architect who was the chief designer for Philadelphia’s Horace Trumbauer firm. Abele led the design not just of West Campus in 1924, but also of many of the key architectural elements of East Campus, including Baldwin Auditorium.
On Thursday, Jan. 12, the blueprints and drawings for many of Duke’s earliest buildings -- including Duke Chapel, Perkins Library, the West Campus Union and Cameron Indoor Stadium on West Campus and Baldwin Auditorium on East Campus -- will be on display in Rubenstein Library.