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Mystery Monday: canst thou find me?

Yesterday was, as near as anyone can tell, Shakespeare's birthday. Can you tell where on campus we saw this tribute to the bard?

Filed under Shakespeare, Mystery Monday


  • George Huthsteiner '74 TD
    George Huthsteiner '74 TD, 2:34am April 25 2023 | Ico flag Flag as inappropriate

    <> Sterling Memorial Library 1930 James Gamble Rogers <> William Shakespeare gazes down onto Rose Walk aka High Street <> Lew Lawrie designed and Rene Chambellan executed the carving. Bertram Goodhue was the original architect for Sterling Library <> Lawrie had previously designed similar allegorical sculptures in Art Deco style for Goodhue's Los Angeles Central Library of 1925 <> James Gamble Rogers had also employed Lawrie and Chambellan in 1921 to create the multitude of figure sculptures on Harkness Tower <>

  • Mark Branch
    Mark Branch, 9:13am April 26 2023 | Ico flag Flag as inappropriate

    That's right!

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