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How Gothic Architecture Took Over American College Campuses
"A little more than a century ago, there was no cachet in being an 'old college,' and there was little cachet, too, in having the old architecture to match it. But a combination of forces - some cultural, some economic - transformed the appearance of American institutions, and made the modern-day college campus take its contemporary appearance and mythology." The Atlantic 09/11/13
Posted September 12, 2013 12:51 AM

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