I woke up in the middle of the night and realized that I knew the answer.
Here’s the map, from 1922:
Aha! I thought I recognized old-fashioned tennis fences!
Thanks for the much-larger copy of this survey.
I’m somewhat surprised that the northern leg of the rail spur doesn’t run closer to Lovett Hall, as the odd half-door on the end of the building is the coal chute.
They must have off-loaded coal to some kind of cart or trailer and then pulled it over to the chute to dump into the basement for the boiler(s).
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