Agriculture Hall (Curtiss Hall) front (west) façade, is viewed from the southwest side of central campus, with ivy on the building and few trees other than the one in front of the steps, and Schloss House on the right.
The Use of a 38 KARL SCHILLING 3;
Genesis on Ice A POEM BY CRAIG PARSONS 19;
First Love CHERYL HANSON 24;
Dawn A POEM BY JOHN D. GRAHAM 28;
Grace JOHN PEHRSON 29;
Haiku GARY HATCHER 35;
Burial Mounds A POEM BY GARY ZMOLEK 36;
Harriet's Closet SANDY...
A Chip Off the Old...Stone Tony Seegers 3;
Oakdale Heaven Greg Lone 14;
Priorities Darla Huck 16;
The First Time Bob Slocum 17;
Fresh Cut Gregg Hodges 28;
Things of Value Cate Sheller 31;
Tear Cherie Garretson 37;
To the Grounds-keeper in Elysium A POEM BY TED KOOSER 2;
Inbound BRUCE TESTER 3;
Hunting Fever EILEEN MERICLE 5;
Dance A POEM BY JUDY POLLEN 13;
His Right to Die DICK REMER 14;
Ame Damnee A POEM BY R. L. REID 23;
Art Section 25;
The Rookie KARSTEN...
Episode A POEM BY PAUL KRATOSKA 2;
Justice AL MILLER 3;
Forsaken Moments A POEM BY ANN BAUMANN 10;
Hailstorm KATHLEEN HALL 11;
The Cock of the Golden Morning DEL NETT 14;
The Family Man PAUL KRATOSKA 19;
Psalms of the Babble Belt A POEM BY KEN...
Bonsai Rik Myers 6;
The Holes So Freshly Sliced Liz Robak Carpenter 11;
Untitled Betty Collins 17;
Untitled P.F. Allen 22;
Housebound Gregg Hodges 23;
Not a Matter of Choice Bob Slocum 24;
After You've Played Grown Up Scott Johnston...
The front (west) façade of Agriculture Hall (Curtiss Hall) is viewed from the northwest, with leaves on the ground and people walking by. Two new trees have been planted on either side of the sidewalk.