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MacGregor Memorial Conference Center, Detroit
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The MacGregor Memorial Conference Center is on the campus of Wayne State University in Detroit, Michigan.  Designed in 1958 by architect, Minoru Yamasaki, the building is a classic example of the fusion of modern and gothic styles.  Yamasaki would go on to design the Twin Towers of the World Trade Center.

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