Drafting class at P.C. High School leads Dalluge to notable career

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Making a bookcase for a class at Pawnee City High School started Charles Dalluge thinking. He was in drafting class with teacher Mike Ganzel when he drew plans for the bookcase and then built it. “I love it. That got me thinking about architecture,” he said by phone from Omaha. That must have been some bookcase because it turned into a successful career in architecture. The 1978 graduate of Pawnee City High School received recently the medal for Alumni Master at the College of Architecture at UNL.
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