BROWN UNIVERSITY
CAMPUS PHOTOGRAPHS


The Thomas J. Watson Sr. Center for Information Technology (1988) and the Sciences Library (1971).
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Macintosh classroom in the Thomas J. Watson Sr. Center for Information Technology (1988).
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Marcus Aurelius (after a 2nd century statue that stood in a Roman plaza) and Sayles Hall (1881).
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The Paul Bailey Pizzitola Memorial Sports Center (1989).
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The John Nicholas Brown Gate (1904) at the College Green in winter.
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Students on the College Green heading to classes on a beautiful New England morning.
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Detail of iron fence that borders the College Green.
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Sayles Hall (1881) seen through window in University Hall.
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Dogwoods and University Hall (1770) which houses the president's and other administrative offices.
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The front campus with Van Wickle Gates (1901) looking toward downtown Providence.
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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
These images are for your viewing pleasure. They may not be reproduced or
expropriated in whole, in part, or in any other manner.
Please enjoy.