Born in Idaho Falls, IN on Sept. 26, 1904. Nord was educated at the AIC, Yale University, UCLA, and USC. While living in Long Beach, CA in the 1930s, he worked with Albert King and Stanton MacDonald-Wright on the design for the mosaic mural at the Long Beach Municipal Auditorium (demolished in 1977). During WWII he was in the Army's camouflage unit. He died in Eugene, OR on Sept. 28, 1981. Exh: Spectrum Club, 1930s. In: Idaho Falls Museum.
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