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Yale's oldest: Skull and Bones

This week we're looking at the five oldest Yale buildings still in existence. The third oldest was not built by the university, but it's been part of the campus since 1856: Skull and Bones. The original Bones “tomb” was just the portion at left; the matching right side and central entrance were added in 1903.

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