For the Record

For the Record: Julian Abele

For the Record: Julian Abele

Architect Julian Abele designed some of the 20th century’s most illustrious buildings—including the Philadelphia Museum of Art, Harvard’s Widener Memorial Library, and Duke’s Cameron Indoor Stadium—but recognition of his contributions came only after decades of obscurity. Abele was the first black graduate of what is now the School of Design.

For the Record: Louis Duhring

For the Record: Louis Duhring

A pioneer in dermatology, Louis Duhring was a physician and Penn professor whose work and generosity left a lasting legacy in the field and at the University. He helped educate the medical community and the public in understanding the importance of dermatology in diagnosing systemic disease, raising it to the level of other medical specialties.