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Hazen And Robinson


Hazen & Robinson was a Lincoln architecture firm founded by N. Bruce Hazen and Marvin Robinson. The firm designed several buildings for the University of Nebraska, including Kimball Recital Hall, Westbrook Music Building, Woods Art Building, and Canfield Administration Building. They also served as local partners on the Sheldon Art Gallery, in conjunction with Philip Johnson.
Hazen and Robinson practiced together from 1947-1967. After Robinson retired in 1967, Hazen went on to practice with other local architects, including Martin Aitken and Burket Graf, until 1976.

Source Information:
Unpublished manuscript on NE architects by David Murphy, Nebraska State Historical Society.