The Campanile on a snow covered central campus. Clock shows 3:17. A leafless elm on the right foreground partially frames the view of the Campanile in the distance. A bicycle is parked in a snowdrift in the right foreground. A packed trail in the...
The front (east) of Morrill Hall is partially obscured from view by trees. Marston Hall is visible in the background and the tracks for the Ames and College Railway (the Dinkey) are visible in the foreground.
The eastern side of the Knoll is partially screened from view by the trees and shrubbery. The porte cochere and a garage or storage building can be seen in the distance. The roof, trees and lawn are covered with snow.
The east side of the Knoll is almost hidden from view by the trees and other shrubbery. The large wrap-around porch on the left is either glassed or screened in. The porte cochere is partially visible through the trees on the right.
The northeast tower of the occupies the center of this ground level view of the Knoll. The second floor chimney and the porte cochere are partially hidden by trees and there is also a tree to the left of the frame.
Several individuals are putting finishing touches on this lawn display. The display depicts four bearded cut-out figures dressed in ragged pants who are working to fix a broken-down car. A sign, which is partially obscured by a tree hangs over the...
Several individuals are working on this Homecoming lawn display of a large old fashioned out house. Beside the display is a sign that is partially obscured by on lookers. The visible part of the sign reads, "".Hole for the Tigers.""