Minor Hall

Built 1941. Named for Ralph S. Minor, whose 1903-46 tenure as an optometry professor included a stint as dean of the School of Optometry. Designed by Arthur Brown, Jr. Although the building began life housing mathematics, journalism, and "defense" courses, it was given over to the Radiation Laboratory during the wartime development of the atomic bomb. It was remodeled in 1953 for the exclusive use of the School of Optometry.

Building Details

Floors: 5

Accessible entrances: The accessible entrance is located on the east side of the building.

Restrooms: Usable Restrooms loacted on the fourth foor.

Designated waiting area: The Designated Waiting Area is located adjacent to the elevator.

Emergency evacuation cabinet: E: The emergency evacuation cabinet is located directly adjacent to the elevator on the third floor.

Pictures of Minor Hall

The front side of Minor Hall, facing east. The accessible ramp is located to the right of the main entrance's stairs.

Minor Hall

The accessible entrance to Minor Hall, facing east. There is a small ramp to the right of the stairs leading to the entrance.

East Entrance


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