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May 03, 2012


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That looks like Milton Eisenhower library at Hopkins

Alfred Brophy


It does look like the Eisenhower library at Hopkins. But this is on a different campus -- and also was built a couple of decades earlier -- am I right in thinking that Eisenhower was built in the 1960s? This one is from the 1920s.

Joel Eisen

Mary Helen Cochran Library, Sweet Briar College.

Alfred Brophy

Joel! You're awesome. You're challenging Jason Mazzone's claim as the champ of trivia here. As I recall, you also correctly identified the Petersburg Public Library:

Nicely done. Later I want to talk a little more about my visit to Sweet Briar. That's an astonishingly beautiful campus.

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