Gustave Solomons, Jr. leads a dance group, ca. 1973

Gustave Solomons, Jr. leads a dance group, ca. 1973
Source: MIT in Perspective by Francis E. Wylie (Little, Brown and Company, 1975)

In recent years, students--especially those in architecture--have regarded the Rogers lobby [Lobby 7] as not just a place to pass through but as one of community interaction. Elaborate experimental structures have been built and performances have included nearly everything except an elephant act. In this one, Gustave M. Solomons Jr. '61, architecture graduate who became a dancer, leads his group [circa 1973].

Francis E. Wylie, MIT in Perspective: A Pictorial History of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (Little, Brown and Company, 1975), p. 202

Timeline: 1970s
School: School of Architecture and Planning
Department: Architecture
Career: Arts & HumanitiesCommunity
Object: Image
Collection: Integration and Differentiation 1969-1994, Students, The Solomons