Mystery Photo

In the Spring 2014 issue of our newsletter, Access, we asked the question...

How much do you really notice architectural elements as you walk around campus? Here are the fanlights and broken pediments over the doors of several buildings. Can you identify the buildings?

Here's the composite photo as it appeared in the newsletter.

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Let's start at the top left:

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Here's a slightly wider shot to help you.

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Recognize it yet? It's Smith Hall!

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Okay, how about the top right photo?

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Let's move out a little more.

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Did that help? It's Maxwell Hall!

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Let's try the center left - this may be easier.

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The stonework should be a giveaway.

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This one is the east door to Crouse College.

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Okay - let's move to the center right.

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Here's a larger view.

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Got it? It's the southeast door to Hendricks Chapel.

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Now to the bottom left.

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Looks more like a window, but it isn't.

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It's actually a rear door to Steele Hall.

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And finally, the bottom right.

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Let's give you a wider view (we cheated and blocked out the building name over the door!)

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This one is the main entrance door to Lyman Hall!

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So how did you do? We'll keep adding these little memory tests and mystery photos with each new issue of our newsletter. If you want to test yourself on some of our previous photos, follow this link!