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ARCHITECT: Edward Durell Stone

In 1979, former president Gerald R. Ford dedicated the newly completed Wright Building, named for Harold and Hazel Wright. The Wrights were major contributors to Eisenhower Medical Center, and Hazel served on the center’s board of trustees until her death in 1984. Considered one of the most important architects of his generation, Edward Durell Stone’s work spanned over forty-five years, and included such notable projects as the Museum of Modern Art; the John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts; the United States pavilion at the 1958 Universal and International Exposition in Brussels, Belgium; the General Motors Building in New York; and the Pakistan Institute of Nuclear Science and Technology. In addition to the Wright Building, Stone also designed the main campus building, the Kiewit Building, and the Probst Building at the Eisenhower Medical Center.The Gas Company Building

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