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The Plummer Building - Mayo Clinic Historical Suite

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Thor01Roseville_MN wrote a review Dec 2019
Roseville, MN40 contributions7 helpful votes
The Plummer building is an architectural masterpiece that is still in use by the Mayo Clinic after nearly a century. The offices of the Mayo brothers are perfectly preserved and you get a phenominal sense of their contributions to the world of medicine and to humanity.
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Date of experience: October 2019
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NallyA wrote a review Nov 2019
Rochester, Minnesota14 contributions2 helpful votes
The most stunning building on the downtown Rochester Mayo Clinic campus. When visiting - make sure to go up one level to see the Historic Suite on Plummer 3. It houses Dr. Will and Dr. Charlie's last offices and much more memorabilia! Worth the trip!
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Date of experience: November 2019
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TBanX wrote a review Oct 2019
Wichita, Kansas34 contributions7 helpful votes
A very beautiful and historic buidling that is part of the Mayo Clinic. Since it's still in use there are no tours that I know of. We just looked around the lobby.
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Date of experience: July 2019
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tryingtooSS wrote a review Oct 2019
Springfield, Missouri206 contributions47 helpful votes
Opened in 1928, the Plummer Building is an iconic symbol of Mayo Clinic, designated as a National Historic Landmark. It is named for Henry S. Plummer, M.D., the “diversified genius” who designed it and who created many of the systems and procedures – such as the medical record
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Date of experience: October 2019
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Mary C wrote a review Oct 2019
Rochester, Minnesota20 contributions8 helpful votes
A must see when coming to Mayo! Great photos and overview of Mayo’s history. See offices, robes and great photos!
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Date of experience: October 2019
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