When Tommy sent that beautiful shot of Brochstein Pavilion the other day he also included this lovely image of the campus taken from just above the main entrance:
It made me remember this drawing, which I found about a month or so ago. It’s a 1941 Cram and Ferguson sketch of a proposed location for the already anticipated new library group. They wanted to put it where George R. Brown is today. Although I think that in recent years we’ve found a way to make the best of it, I wish we would have done it their way.
Bonus: Last week I saw this over by Sewall, where they’re working on the roof.
I laughed, reminded of this:
I still miss Johnny.