My last building trivia question was picked off right away -- which I guess isn't surprising since it was the student lounge at the University of Michigan Law School.
I think this is a rather difficult one. At right is a dormitory built before the Civil War. (I guess that narrows down the number of college campuses). Where is it? What building is it? Mighty impressive for the antebellum era; as I was walking up to it, I figured it was maybe late nineteenth or possibly even early twentieth century.
Am I making this too easy by saying much of the building was built in the 1830s? The 1830s was really a great time for expansion in higher education, especially in the south.