This image shows the then new facility for science education built on the North Park College campus in 1966.
The description states:
Erected in 1966 on the North Park College campus, Chicago, the Science-Learning Center is a multi-purpose complex comprised of the Carlson Memorial Tower (seven story classroom unit), Wikholm Memorial Laboratories (ground level), and Lecture Hall-Auditorium.
–The building is no longer the main science center, as a new building has recently been opened. It remains the largest classroom building with science labs on the ground floor. Some space has been reallocated to an art gallery.
As indicated in the description, this image dates from 1966.