BROWN UNIVERSITY
CAMPUS PHOTOGRAPHS


Looking west from over the Wriston Quadrangle to the College Green, downtown Providence and the Rhode Island State House.
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Van Wickle Gates (1901) and University Hall (1770). By tradition, students pass through these gates only twice: in when they enter as freshmen and out when they leave as graduating seniors.
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Class on the College Green.
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Faunce House (1903) houses many student activities.
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The Brown University coat of arms graces Wayland Tower at the entrance to Wriston Quadrangle.
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The John Carter Brown Library (1904).
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The main reading room of the John Carter Brown Library (1904).
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The mirrored glass of the Thomas J. Watson Sr. Center for Information Technology (1988) reflects the Sciences Library (1971).
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These original 35mm transparencies were digitized and worked with in Adobe Photoshop to read - within the limits of 72 dpi monitors - like the originals. The images were then converted and compressed as JPEG files. The photographs were digitized by John Forasté; the web pages were designed and produced by Benjamin Kleine ('98) and John Forasté.





Copyright 1995 Brown University. All Rights Reserved.
John Forasté, Photographer, University Relations
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