Gould (q. v.), and officially known as The Hall of Fame
The Hall of fame. for Great Americans.
It is built in the form of a semicircle, 506 feet long, 15 feet wide, and 170 feet high.
Within the colonnade will be 150 panels, each 2 by 8 feet in dimensions, which are to contain the names of Americans adjudged the most eminent in their respective spheres.
The rules adopted by the council of the university allow the name of such persons only who were born within the territory of the United States, who have been dead ten or more years, and who were included within one of ten classes of citizens—viz., authors and editors, business men, educators, inventors, missionaries and explorers, philanthropists and reformers, preachers and theologians, scientists, engineers and architects, lawyers and judges, musicians, painters and sculptors, physicians and surgeons, rulers and statesmen, soldiers and sailors, and distinguished men and women outside the above classes.
Fifty names will first