The Summer 2014 issue of Mines magazine features a story on the campus’s historic architecture, “Building History: Campus Structures Reveal Mines’ Past.” Campus structures include buildings by famous Colorado architects Robert Roeschlaub and Temple Hoyne Buell. The article features some excellent photographs of the buildings around campus, from the 1870s to the present day.
A history of the campus architecture can also be found for the University of Colorado. William R. Deno’s Body and Soul: Architectural Style at the University of Colorado can be checked out from our library. Check our library’s web catalog for more resources on Colorado historic architecture and college and university histories.
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