The 4th Floor of Founders Hall started out as a convent for the sisters who
taught and worked at Alverno. Unfortunately, there are no pictures of that,
but there are pictures of when it was partially demolished to create the Kellogg
Center with a grant from the Kellogg Foundation in 1976.
Here is the hallway, made out of part of that renovated space, as it looked
in 1976 shortly after opening. Robert Pitman is shown in this photo.
The hallway and lobby area is now used as a gallery space where photographs are
This is a photo of Kellogg A (FO 460) as it looked shortly after opening in 1977.
Here's how it looks today.