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Mystery Monday: roofline

Today’s mystery requires looking up: what well-preserved campus building’s cornice and dormers are shown here?

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  • George Huthsteiner '74 TD
    George Huthsteiner '74 TD, 1:42am February 07 2021 | Ico flag Flag as inappropriate

    xYale 1868 John M. Davies House 1868 Henry Austin and David Brown. Culinary Institute of America 1947. Betts House 2002. BETTS. Yale Center for the Study of Globalization. Prospect St. 393. <> Second Empire Style (1865-1890. 19,000 square feet, 23 rooms, and seven acres of lawns. The biggest house in town. Student and community protest in 1980 convinced Yale not to demolish the mansion. In 2001 Yale alumnus Roland Betts donated 5M$. Renovation cost about 14M$ before its completion in 2002. <> Greenberg Conference Center 2009 Robert AM Stern. GBCC. Prospect St. 391.<> Connected to Betts house by an enclosed walkway.

  • Mark Branch
    Mark Branch, 9:06am February 08 2021 | Ico flag Flag as inappropriate

    That's the one!

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