This aerial view shows the excavation site for the 1st addition to the library. A war surplus building, Number ""N"" appears on the far left. It was taken down in 1968 prior to construction of the 2nd addition.
This bas relief panel is over the second floor end window of the original library building. This and other panels on the east front of the building were designed by Nellie Verne Walker. The carving was executed by J.G. Zimmerman.
The front of Beardshear Hall without any landscaping material in front of the building. The clover filled lawn in front shows student paths but no formal walks or streets. A person is sitting on the plinth at the top of the steps.
The front of Beardshear Hall seen from under the portico of Curtiss Hall across central campus. Framed by the Beaux Art details of columns and lamp post along with an overhanging mature elm, the view shows students on the central walkway.
The front stepsof Beardshear Hall in a close up. Details of columns and stair abutments frame ten students going and coming. A ""Beardshear Hall"" building name plaque is shown mounted to a stair abutment.
The front of Beardshear Hall from an angle, with lushlandscaping material in front of the building. The back portion of English Office Building can be seen on the left of the image. Streetlamps are located along the curb.