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Famous Collegiate Gothic Buildings

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List of famous buildings in the Collegiate Gothic movement, listed alphabetically with photos when available. This list of Collegiate Gothic buildings, structures and monuments includes information like what city the structure is in, and when it was first opened to the public. There are a lot of historic Collegiate Gothic structures around the world, so why not save some money and check them out here without having to pay for travel? These popular Collegiate Gothic buildings attract visitors from all over the world, so if you're ever near them you should definitely pay them a visit. List contains items like Hall of Graduate Studies and Anderson Hall.

This list is a great source for answering the questions, "What are the most famous Collegiate Gothic buildings?" and "What do Collegiate Gothic buildings look like?"


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    Berkeley College
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    Berkeley College is a residential college at Yale University, constructed in 1934. The eighth of Yale's 12 residential colleges, it was named in honor of Reverend George Berkeley (1685-1753), dean of Derry and later bishop of Cloyne, in recognition of the assistance in land and books that he gave to ...more

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    Bingham Hall

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    Bingham Hall
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    Freshman dormitory on Yale's Old Campus.more

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    Branford College
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    Branford College is one of the 12 residential colleges at Yale University.more

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    Hall of Graduate Studies
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    Classroom and academic office building at Yale University.more

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    Harkness Tower

    Harkness Tower is a masonry tower at Yale University in New Haven, Connecticut. Part of the Collegiate Gothic Memorial Quadrangle complex completed in 1922, it is named for Charles William Harkness, brother of Yale's largest benefactor, Edward Harkness.more

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    Jonathan Edwards College is a residential college at Yale University in New Haven, Connecticut. It is named for theologian and minister Jonathan Edwards, a 1720 graduate of Yale College. Opened to undergraduates in 1933, JE is one of the original eight residential colleges donated by Edward Harkness. It ...more

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    Linsly Chittenden Hall
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    Lisnly Chittenden Hall is a building created from two buildings on Yale University's old campus, Chittenden Hall and Linsly Hall.more

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    Saybrook College
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    Saybrook College is one of the 12 residential colleges at Yale University. It was founded in 1933 by partitioning the Memorial Quadrangle into two parts: Saybrook and Branford. Unlike many of Yale's residential colleges that are centered on one large courtyard, Saybrook has two courtyards—one stone and ...more

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    Sterling Law Building houses the Yale Law School. It is located at 127 Wall Street, New Haven, Connecticut, close to the downtown area, in the heart of the Yale campus. It occupies one city block between the Hall of Graduate Studies, the Beinecke Library, Sterling Library, and the Grove Street ...more

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    Sterling Memorial Library
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    Sterling Memorial Library is the main library building of the Yale University Library system in New Haven, Connecticut. Opened in 1931, the library was designed by James Gamble Rogers as the centerpiece of Yale's Gothic Revival campus. It is elaborately ornamented, featuring extensive sculpture and ...more

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    W. L. Harkness Hall
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    Academic/classroom building at Yale University.more

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