Hamman Hall at Night, circa 1970

I don’t really have much to say about this. I scanned it a few years ago because I’d never seen anything like it and I think it’s pretty:

It came into the Woodson in a wonderful batch of pictures taken by Bob Roosth ’70, ’71, who was a photographer for both the Thresher and the Campanile. Most of them are just on contact sheets but my recollection is that this was actually a print.

Bonus: This is one of the little contact sheet images. I have no idea what it’s all about but I could use some psychiatric help myself these days.

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6 Responses to Hamman Hall at Night, circa 1970

  1. effegee says:

    Channeling Lucy no doubt.

  2. Galloway Hudson. Wiess '60 says:

    Melissa, please rest assured that your posts during this pandemic are providing psychiatric help to your readers

  3. On the Hamman Hall photo – I loved the view of that arched lobby from a distance. I think it’s a pity that Rice chose to build two less attractive buildings on what was that long lawn, and blocked that view forever.

  4. Carolyn Brewer says:

    Melissa: I echo the sentiment that your posts are a most welcome diversion to daily life, especially right now. Thank you for providing us with something to view. And, stay well.

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