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    • Cornell University: Sibley Hall

    • architectural elements ;domes (architectural element) ;buildings ;institutional buildings ;schools (buildings) ;buildings ;libraries (buildings) ;buildings ;schools (buildings) ;colleges
    • Raking view of East Sibley (1894)
    • Cornell University: Sibley Hall

    • architectural elements ;domes (architectural element) ;buildings ;institutional buildings ;schools (buildings) ;buildings ;libraries (buildings) ;buildings ;schools (buildings) ;colleges
    • View central block and Sibley Dome (1902)
    • Cornell University: Sibley Hall

    • architectural elements ;domes (architectural element) ;buildings ;institutional buildings ;schools (buildings) ;buildings ;libraries (buildings) ;buildings ;schools (buildings) ;colleges
    • Raking view from southwest showing added bays on the West Sibley (1884)
    • Cornell University: Sibley Hall

    • architectural elements ;domes (architectural element) ;buildings ;institutional buildings ;schools (buildings) ;buildings ;libraries (buildings) ;buildings ;schools (buildings) ;colleges
    • Overall view from southwest
    • Mears Park

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    • Built 1993; Project Description: Located in the historic Lowertown warehouse district, this 2-acre park harmoniously blends a naturalistic river, plaza, pavilion, lawns, walkways, shade trees and artist-designed seating to accommodate a variety of...
    • South of the Middle Loup River, near Berwyn, Custer County, Nebraska.

    • sod houses wells antlers rifles agricultural machinery chickens mules chickens birdhouses clergy
    • Note: This is a transcript of a letter from James Klase concerning RG2608-1377 Gentlemen: On June 25 the Omaha World Herald ran a special farm issue of the past fifty years and also shows a picture of a sod house taken south of the Middle Loup...
    • Macchinismo della scena del Vesuvio

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    • To commemorate Alessandro Sanquirico's greatly successful production of Giovanni Pacini's L'ultimo giorno di Pompei (The Last Days of Pompei) at the Teatro alla Scala in Milan, the theater periodical I Teatri published the design of the final scene...

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