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In 1910, Hermann Kaeuper oversaw the design and construction of the original conservatory of music building, now known as Perkinson Music Center.

What material was originally used to insulate the building?

1. Feathers
2. Straw
3. Newspaper
4. Seaweed

Send your best guess to alumnews@millikin.edu, and be sure to include your name and address. Winners will be selected in a random drawing of all who respond correctly and each will receive a Millikin prize.

Last issue's winners --
Monica Wilhelm ‘01
Patrick Dill ‘98
Kristie Henson Stine ‘94
Tracy Perkinson Bohanon ‘02
Lisa Wojcik Egner ‘89

They received an MU luggage tag for correctly knowing that the lighting fixture in the photo is hanging in Wornick Dining Room in Richards Treat University Center.

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