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Yale’s Lost Landmarks

From Connecticut Hall to the Center for British Art, the Yale campus is a living museum of American architecture. But to make way for the Yale of today, scores of buildings were demolished over the past three centuries. The Old Brick Row that so influenced American collegiate architecture fell to the dark but exuberant architecture of the Victorian age. Many of those buildings, in turn, were sacrificed within 50 years of their completion for the Collegiate Gothic of James Gamble Rogers’s Yale. Here are some of the most notable Yale landmarks that are no longer with us.

Slide show of Yale’s Lost Landmarks


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