Dunning Hall

Building Description:

Dunning Hall, a building primarily devoted to the Chemistry department, was built between 1964-66 and is named in honor of the Dunning family: Henry A. B. Dunning, president of Hynson, Westcott, and Dunning Inc., the pharmaceutical manufacturing company which developed mercurochrome, and his three sons, all of whom graduated from Johns Hopkins University with Ph.D.s in chemistry: J.H. Fitzgerald Dunning (trustee 1960-81), Henry A. B. Dunning Jr., and Charles A. Dunning.