We’re having a snow/sleet/freezing rain day today but this lovely photograph was taken on a true snowy day:
The label on the back indicates that it was given to the archives by long time bursar John T. McCants, who I’ve written about here and here.
When was it taken? It’s very hard to tell. About all I can say is that the Chemistry Building was finished in 1926 and the trees look fairly small. If pressed I’d guess with trepidation mid-1930s.
Bonus: At least this one doesn’t deny that it’s a door.