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  • All fields: Photographs (and)
  • Date: 1995
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    • [Aerial view of Baseball Stadium]

    • This circa 1995 photograph shows an aerial view of the baseball stadium. The Baseball Stadium was opened in 1999 and seats 900. The stadium was designed by Hellmuth, Obata & Kassabaum, Inc., of Kansas City, Missouri, and Hayes Seay Mattern &...
    • UA106 Slides Collection
    • 1995
    • [Aerial View of Bryan Building]

    • Aerial view of the Bryan Building. Walker Avenue Parking Deck can be seen behind the building. The Bryan Building, originally called the Business and Economics Building, was designed by architects Baber, Cort & Wood, P.A., and opened in 1980. In...
    • UA106 Slides Collection
    • 1995
    • [Aerial view of Clock Tower]

    • The Clock, as seen from the Jackson Library tower circa 1995. The Clock Tower had its ground breaking ceremony on October 4, 1991. It was a gift of the Class of 1941 in honor of their 50th anniversary.
    • UA106 Slides Collection
    • 1995
    • [Aerial view of Fountain Plaza]

    • Aerial view of campus showing the Dining Halls and the fountain Plaza area in the 1990s.
    • UA104 Photographic Prints Collection
    • 1995
    • [Aerial view of Fountain Plaza]

    • Aerial view of Fountain Plaza and the entrance to the Dining Hall. The Fountain Plaza opened in 1991. It is located between the Dining Halls and the Quadrangle, and consists of landscaped terraces and a fountain. The Dining Halls complex was built...
    • UA106 Slides Collection
    • 1995
    • [Aerial view of Greensboro]

    • Aerial view of the skyline of downtown Greensboro, with campus in the foreground, circa 1990s. The Petty Building can be seen in the lower left hand corner.
    • UA104 Photographic Prints Collection
    • 1995
    • [Aerial view of soccer stadium]

    • This photograph shows an aerial view of the Soccer Stadium. The Soccer Stadium, designed by Phil Post & Associates and Hayes, Seay, Mattern & Mattern of Greensboro, North Carolina, was completed in 1991 with a seating capacity of 3,540. The back...
    • UA106 Slides Collection
    • 1995
    • [Aerial view of Tower Village 1 Residence Hall]

    • Aerial view of Tower Village Residence Hall pictured in the 1990s. Aycock Street runs behind the complex, and Spring Garden Street crosses on the right. This residence hall, located at the corner of Spring Garden Street and Aycock Street was...
    • UA106 Slides Collection
    • 1995
    • [Alumni House in the snow]

    • The entrance to Alumni House after a snowfall in the 1990s. This building opened in 1937 and is considered an excellent example of neo-Georgian architecture. It was designed by Penrose V. Stout and modeled after Homewood in Baltimore, Maryland. The...
    • UA106 Slides Collection
    • 1995
    • [Architectural Rendering of Alumni House Addition]

    • Architectural Rendering of the Alumni House Addition, ca. 1995. This building opened in 1937 and is considered an excellent example of neo-Georgian architecture. It was designed by Penrose V. Stout and modeled after Homewood in Baltimore, Maryland....
    • UA106 Slides Collection
    • 1995
    • [Aycock Auditorium]

    • This crica 1995 photograph shows a student walking on the sidewalk in front of Aycock Auditorium. Aycock Auditorium, designed by Harry Barton, of Greensboro, North Carolina, was opened in 1927. It was named in honor of North Carolina Governor...
    • UA106 Slides Collection
    • 1995
    • [Bailey Residence Hall]

    • Bailey Residence Hall as seen from Gray Drive, ca. 2003. The Bailey Residence Hall, designed by Harry Barton, of Greensboro, North Carolina, was opened in 1922. It named in honor of Thomas Bailey. Bailey was an attorney and furniture executive from...
    • UA106 Slides Collection
    • 1995
    • [Brown Music Building Annex]

    • This photograph shows the courtyard and the Brown Building Annex. The Annex was constructed in 1966 as additional space for the Brown Music Building. It was demolished in spring of 2007 and the area was converted into green space.
    • UA106 Slides Collection
    • 1995
    • [Brown Music Building, south entrance]

    • South Entrance of Brown (Music) Building, with composer's names (Chopin, Verdi, and Haydn) visible above door and windows. This building, originally called the Music Building, was designed by Harry Barton, of Greensboro, North Carolina, and was...
    • UA104 Photographic Prints Collection
    • 1995
    • [Brown Music Building]

    • Brown Music Building as seen from Tate Street. This building, originally called the Music Building, was designed by Harry Barton, of Greensboro, North Carolina, and was opened in 1925. In 1960, the building was named in honor of Wade R. Brown, head...
    • UA106 Slides Collection
    • 1995
    • [Bryan Building in the snow]

    • Entrance to the Bryan Building with snow on the ground. This building, originally called the Business and Economics Building, was designed by architects Baber, Cort & Wood, P.A., and opened in 1980. In 1989, the building was named for Joseph...
    • UA106 Slides Collection
    • 1995
    • [Byrd parlor located inside the Alumni House]

    • This photograph shows the Byrd Parlor in the Alumni House. The photograph shows a set table with a portrait of Clara Booth Byrd, former director of the Alumnae House, hanging on the wall. This building opened in 1937 and is considered an excellent...
    • UA106 Slides Collection
    • 1995
    • [Carmichael Building]

    • This circa 1995 photograph shows students exiting and walking towards the Carmichael Building. The Carmichael Building, designed by J. Hyatt Hammond Associates, Inc. of Greensboro, North Carolina, was opened in 1967 and named in honor of William D....
    • UA106 Slides Collection
    • 1995
    • [Chancellor's Residence in the snow]

    • Color photo of the Chancellor's Residence taken around 1995. This building was designed by Harry Barton, of Greensboro, North Carolina. From 1923 until 1945 it was known as the “President’s Residence” and was the official home of the...
    • UA106 Slides Collection
    • 1995
    • [Chancellor's Residence]

    • Color photo of the Chancellor's Residence, taken circa 1995. This building was designed by Harry Barton, of Greensboro, North Carolina. From 1923 until 1945 it was known as the “President’s Residence” and was the official home of the...
    • UA106 Slides Collection
    • 1995

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