In our Winter 2007-08 Newsletter, Access, we posed the question... Can you place this photo? No, it's not on campus, but has a strong historical connection with SU.
Here's the photo as it appeared in the newsletter.
And another early drawing.
And here's how it appears today.
It's the University Block at 120 East Washington Street at the intersection of South Warren Street in downtown Syracuse. The block was built by Syracuse University in 1897/8 and served as the home of the College of Law from 1897 to 1904. The University Block was sold in 1973.
Here are some other recent photographs.
And here's something else interesting. It's the Statue of Education as she originally appeared over the entrance to the building.
And now . . . without an arm
Visit our University Block page under Lost Buildings for more information
View past Memory Tests.