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February 08, 2013

I much enjoyed the archive photos of the campus in “The Namesake of the New Holmes Hall” (Chronicle, fall 2012). The campus has always been beautiful, today more than ever. As a historic preservationist by trade, I think an understanding of the early years makes the story that much richer. I would love to see and read more about the prehistory, the gardens, the farm, the architect, the Franks, and others who shaped the cultural landscape of Lewis & Clark.

In the transience of our times, sense of place is important.

Sandy Strehlou B.S. ’80
Friday Harbor, Washington

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