So I decided to finish my Albert Kahn Tour of the Campus tonight. I realize that I am missing the Fraternity Houses he did. I am also missing the buildings that were demolished but since I can't go back into time, I'm not including them here. Anyways...
My first stop was the Betsy Barbour Dormitory. The pictures aren't the greatest because I'm not terribly comfortable taking pictures of residences...especially all female ones....Anywho...
The Helen Newberry Residence. Of these two buildings, I think I like this one better.
Next stop, Couzens Hall. Sadly, they are renovating it. I say sadly because it messed up my pictures. I'm glad they are renovating it though...continues the tradition.
Simpson Memorial Institute for Medical Research. I really like this building and I wish I'd spotted it sooner. But it is a bit off the beaten path (well for me anyway).
I thought this was named for him....turns out it wasn't....Apparently nicknamed the pringle...can't figure out why...Just kidding.
The Detroit Observatory. Given that this was built in 1854, I wonder if it is one of the oldest buildings on campus? I'll have to check it out when it is open.
Not actually part of the tour because I've taken pictures of it before, but I like it...so...
Same with this....
One of the things I like about doing my blog is some of the quirky little facts I learn.
One of Michigan's Famous Squirrels....I'm surprised he didn't shake me down for food after he posed.
Just a shot of State Street.