Fresh from spring break, where I was in Philadelphia and environs for a few days, I have a picture of the building that once housed Princeton's Law School. Yeah, I know--who knew Princeton had a law school? (Some campus histories talk about the law school.) A few decades after Princeton Law School shut down, the building housed the Ivy Club, which I am reliably informed is one of the most exclusive of the eating clubs. There's a real history to that building.
The building, along Mercer Street, is now owned by Princeton's Trinity Episcopal Congregation. It's still called Ivy Hall.
All of this makes me think I'd like to see pictures of other nineteenth century law schools (well, really antebellum law schools, are the ones I'm most interested in).