Antique College and Other School Views > Other U.S. Colleges (4)
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Model # OTH223
Geneva Medical College (SUNY) - Maker: The Family Magazine
Antique uncolored print showing the Geneva Medical College. It is famous for being one of several places where Elizabeth Blackwell studied medicine and became the first woman in the United States to receive a medical degree. Her acceptance was a near-accident. The dean and faculty, usually responsible for evaluating an applicant for matriculation, were not able to make a decision due to the special nature of Blackwell's case. They put the issue up to vote by the 150 male students of the class with the stipulation that if one student objected, Blackwell would be turned away. The young men voted unanimously to accept her. After changing hands several times, this building was last purchased by the State University of New York (SUNY) and is currently known as SUNY Upstate Medical University. From the Family Magazine, published in either 1839 or 1843 (there is some ambiguity as to which date is correct). Very good antique condition with light toning. Text from reverse side visible. Sheet measures 6.5 x 10.5 inches.
Price: $50.00 Date: 1839/1843
1839/1843The Family Magazine$50.00

Model # COL006
Cornell University, New York---From Photographs by J. Beardsley and Sketches by Theo. R Davis. - Maker: Harper's Weekly
Black and white antique illustration showing scenes of Cornell University, such as the President's House, the University Grounds Buildings and Grounds, the President's Chair, etc., and Ithaca, New York, as well as portraits of President A.D. White and faculty. From Harper's Weekly, June 21, 1873, excellent condition, 14.5 x 21 inches.
Price: $60.00 Date: 1873
1873Harper's Weekly$60.00

Model # COL007
Oberlin College, Oberlin, Ohio. - Maker: Harper's Weekly
Antique illustration with scenes from Oberlin College, Oberlin, Ohio: Peter's Hall, Spear Hall, Sturges Hall, Council Hall and First Church, Baldwin Cottage, President Fairchild, etc. Excellent condition, 14.5 x 9.5 inches.
Price: $60.00 Date: 1887
1887Harper's Weekly$60.00

Model # COL036
Ann Arbor Law Building - Maker: Harper's Weekly
Antique black and white print showing women scholars at the Ann Arbor Law Building published in Harper's Weekly in 1895. The text below is a conversation about women going to coeducational colleges and the Eastern vs. Western perspectives and a woman's perspective. Very good antique condition with a slight fold at the center. Approx. 14 x 9 including text.
Price: $45.00 Date: 1895
1895Harper's Weekly$45.00

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Antique College and Other School Views > Other U.S. Colleges (9)
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Model # COL077
Western view of the Theological Seminary at Andover ***SOLD*** - Maker: Barber
Antique hand colored wood cut engraving of the Andover Theological Seminary (Newton, MA.) By John Barber, Historical Collections, Gazetteer of Massachusetts, 1839. Print measures approximately 2.5" x 4" and is matted to approx. 6" x 8". Very good condition with some very mild foxing of the antique paper. **SOLD**
Price: Date: 1839
1839Barber

Model # MAS524
Western view of the Wesleyan Academy in Wilbraham (Wilbraham Academy) *****SOLD***** - Maker: Barber
Hand watercolored, antique wood engraving, matted, 3" x 4", excellent condition. Variety of town images, John Barber, Historical Collections, Gazetteer of Massachusetts. Prices of matted hand colored images in excellent condition, $20-$50.00.
Price: Date: 1839
1839Barber

Model # COL064
University of Virginia **SOLD** - Maker: Harper's New Monthly Magazine
Antique hand colored engraving showing the University of Virginia from Harper's New Monthly Magazine. Good condition with overall spotting. Priced as is. Page is approx. 9.5 x 6 inches
Price: Date: 1856
1856Harper's New Monthly Magazine

Model # NYO225
West Point and Vicinity, from Fort Putnam, from a sketch by Theo. R. Davis.*****SOLD***** - Maker: Harper's Weekly
Antique black and white illustration of West Point, from Harper's Weekly, January 9, 1869. With key to important sites. Excellent condition, 14.5 x 20.25 inches.*****SOLD*****
Price: Date: 1869
1869Harper's Weekly

Model # COL008
Dickinson College, Carlisle, Pennsylvania, Founded in 1783. *****SOLD***** - Maker: Harper's Weekly
Black and white antique illustration showing Presidents and scenes of Dickinson College, Carlisle, Pennsylvania; Emory Hall, South College, West College, East College. Excellent condition, 14.5 x 9.25 inches. *****SOLD*****
Price: Date: 1883
1883Harper's Weekly

Model # NYO223
West Point, New York*****SOLD***** - Maker: U.S. Coast and Geodetic Survey
Black and white folded antique map of West Point, New York, by the U.S. Coast and Geodetic Survey, 1883. Shows significant detail of buildings, barracks, Academy, Mess Hall, etc., Fort Clinton, Cadets' Garden, Cavalry Garden, Artillery Garden, Engineers' Garden, etc. Excellent condition, 28.5 x 22.25 inches.*****SOLD*****
Price: Date: 1883
1883U.S. Coast and Geodetic Survey

Model # COL005
New Jersey--The Game of Football for the Championship between the Yale and Princeton Elevens. At Princeton, November 25th--Wallace Crosses the Line**Sold** - Maker: Harper's Weekly
Black and white antique illustration with scenes from the Princeton-Yale football game of November 25, 1886. From Harper's Weekly, December 4, 1886.Very good condition, 15 x 9 inches. **SOLD**
Price: Date: 1886
1886Harper's Weekly

Model # COL017
Princeton College *****SOLD***** - Maker: Harper's Weekly
Antique illustration with scenes from Princeton College, now Princeton University: Nassau Hall, The Art Museum, The Library, The Halstead Observatory, Marquand Chapel and Murray Hall, Whig Hall, Witherspoon Hall, The School of Science, Unviersity Hall, The Gymnasium, and Entrance to the President's Grounds. Color is recent. Very good condition, with center fold as issued, repaired seam separation on much or all of center fold, approx. 14.5 x 20 inches. **SOLD**
Price: Date: 1887
1887Harper's Weekly

Model # COL027
The Western Reserve University and Adelbert College, now Case Western Reserve University ***SOLD*** - Maker: Harper's Weekly
Antique black and white print engraving of the school now called Case Western Reserve University from Harper's Weekly, 1891. Features 8 views of buildings around the campus and a portrait of the college president, Charles F. Thwing. Very good antique condition. Approx. 15 x 9.5 inches. **SOLD**
Price: Date: 1891
1891Harper's Weekly

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