The Campus Guide: Harvard University

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Princeton Architectural Press, Jul 1, 2001 - Architecture - 344 pages
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The newest titles in the Princeton Architectural Press Campus Guide series take readers on an insider's tour of Harvard University and the University of Cincinnati. Beautifully photographed in full color, the guides present architectural walks of two American campuses distinguished by landmark buildings-Harvard revealing stories of ivy-clad historic buildings and Cincinnati showcasing its major contemporary works of art, architecture, and landscape. One of the most prestigious universities in the world, Harvard is steeped in tradition and famous for its unique American Colonial campus which dates back to 1636. It features pre-Revolutionary, colonial, and classical buildings as well as more recent designs by Jose Luis Sert, LeCorbusier, and Walter Gropius.
  

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Contents

Acknowledgments
vii
First Church Burying Ground Old Yard
24
Church Street to Lower Brattle Street
56
Winthrop Park and the Gold Coast
82
The Environs of St Pauls
106
Nineteenth and Twentieth Centary Harvard 13 2
133
The New Yard and Memorial Hall
148
Dana Hill to the Delta
184
Divinity School and Shady Hill 212
Z-12
Schools of Medicine Public Health and Dental 272
Z-72
Kennedy School of Government Harvard Stadium 288
Z-88
The Coolidge Residential Colleges 306
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Douglass Shand-Tucci's previous books include T"he Art of Scandal," the bestselling biography of Isabella Steward Gardner; Boston Bohemia, and, most recently, Harvard University, with photographs by Richard Cheek and a foreword by Neil Rudenstine. The origin of "The Crimson Letter "is a speech Shand-Tucci, a 1972 graduate of Harvard College, gave to the Gay and Lesbian Caucus in 1997. He lives in Boston's Back Bay.

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