Gerstacker International House, 1970
“Gerstacker International House” is headquarters for the Diehl International Studies Program. The building also is a residential language instruction facility for more than 60 students taking courses in Spanish, German or French. Completed in 1970, the building incorporates continental features, including the Rottenbiller Memorial Garden in the central courtyard. The International House is named for Rollin M. Gerstacker, a pioneer in equipment engineering (1998-99 Albion College Academic Catalog).”
Rottenbiller Memorial Garden in the central courtyard.
Source: Isaac Kremer, 2001.
From the Albion College Archives
Rollin Gerstacker International House
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