You know what we haven't had in, well, basically forever? A building trivia question. This is almost going to be so easy I shouldn't ask it, but my stock of photos is low. I've been in Philadelphia much of the fall and haven't had a chance to take many photos. So, digging into my files here's a picture of a building that was built in the early/middle of the twentieth century as a law school building. (It's no longer used for legal education, but you can still see the law school classrooms with tiered seating inside. Beautiful inside, as well as out.) Here's what interests me about the building -- look at the names on the outside -- "Marshall, Story, Taney." Given all the talk about names on buildings, perhaps there's an opportunity to talk about these names, particularly Taney's. And at least add some contextualization to that building. And it occurs to me that there are probably a lot of law school buildings around the country that have similar inscriptions on them. I recall that the University of Pennsylvania's law school has the names of many legal luminaries on it. I'll have to dig up some photos of that building.