the outside view of the library. I know, looks a bit like a bunker. would be a pretty good one if not for all the glass.
this is the first thing you see when you walk into the basement. the photo class green screen and some of their equipment. nothing terribly exciting huh?
I wonder why they put up this tape. its all over several rows of shelves of old readers digests, yankee magazine, etc.
some of the pipes in the boiler room. only picture that really came out because it was so dark. Very mysterious and creepy place, like most of the basement.
there was an entire rack of tuxes of various sizes and styles. (in fact, i wore one with tails and the appropriate gear to prom including top hat and cane) along with the necessary accessories (cummerbund, shoes, etc.)
This file contains the files of the first students accepted to my school, back in the early 1800s, including the first accepted student's correspondence with the school.
There were several of what i believe were harpsichords, all in decent condition. very strange indeed.
This is the archivist's office. Ive never seen him/her, done know their name, or what they look like. neither does anyone else ive asked. I think that he/she was swallowed by the basement a long time ago and no-one caught on.
I have no clue what they are to, as i had to go before i could study them. (i have marked them in my mind for future study though). I LOVE blueprints and floor plans. especially as there are known to be tunnels on campus.