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KSL Welcomes You To An Art Gallery
From arches to architects, famous people & historic places, KSL's new Art Gallery takes you on a brief walk through campus history...including stunning beauty & surprising events like the Navy in the dining hall.
• Emeritus Richard Baznik's photos from his Campus Markings Contests entice you to look up at Tomlinson Hall for the "Searcher."
• Find buildings from noted architects Walker and Weeks & artistic dormers from 1892.
• From the Archives' collection, find out why Navy V-12 trainees dined on campus, and what Camp Case was in the 1940s.
How many libraries?
• Discover what else Adelbert was used for in 1896.
• The landmark Caxton Building in 1901 & the Case Library share a connection; downtown, Caxton still thrives today.
• It housed the first university-wide library in the 1930s & today it's still on campus.
The KSL Art Gallery awaits you on the main floor—stop in and take a few moments to browse several dozen photographs & the cards that tell you more about the rich visual details of Case!
Posted by Karen Oye on February 7, 2011 06:15 PM