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Nassau Hall as rebuilt after the fire of 1855. Design by John Notman=.

“Aula Nassovica.” Copperplate engraving, 3.75 x 6.25 inches. Artist and engraver unknown. Illustration opposite p. 104 of New American Magazine, No. XXVII (March 1760), Woodbridge, in New Jersey: Printed and sold by James Parker. Sold also at the…
Newspaper account of 1855 fire that gutted Nassau Hall; destroys design by Benjamin Latrobe after the 1802 fire
Second story plan and north elevation of Prospect House, design by John Notman, 1878. Inscribed John Notman, Architect, Phila.(delphia)

Photographic portrait of Professor Arnold Henry Guyot, for whom Guyot Hall (1909) was named

View through Blair Arch (Cope and Stewardson, 1897) showing Alexander Hall (William Appelton Potter, 1894)

Players marching next to a train engine, which appears to be a parade float.. Cubical sign carried by one player says "Church News: See Marriage Notes" on side facing out. On the other visible part of the sign it says "SOCIAL: The 1910 Class Boy…
Map shows the area of campus south of the Infirmary. The Isabella McCosh Infirmary (1893), the Gun Club, and a small unidentified building are shown on the north edge of map (lower right). Part of Washington Road is also shown.

Albert B. Dodd Hall, (called Dod Hall) built 1891 by John Lyman Faxon.
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