I think we all have a tendency to think of some things as unchanging and the Sallyport seems like a likely suspect in that regard. But I walked through it the other day and I noticed something. Here’s a thing that has to have come into being fairly recently—some sort of interactive campus map. There’s a regular map plus a screen and some speakers, anyway. (Oddly, I didn’t think to touch it at the time. Saving that treat for later, I suppose.)
But I knew what had been there before. I couldn’t remember where the picture was, though, and only some sort of idiot would spend a dozen hours looking for it.
I found it in Pender Turnbull’s collection and the thirsty young lady is Margaret Schultz Williams. It’s circa 1916, and (unsurprisingly) I didn’t have time to look her up and see what class she was in.