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|1740||Park Street playground|
A sign announcing the closure of the Park Street Playground due to COVID-19.
|1726||First virtual Coffee and Conversation of 2020 season|
The first virtual Coffee and Conversation between Todd Little-Siebold and Tom Wessels. The Coffee and Conversation series hosted by the Development Office features discussions between a guest and a COA faculty member or trustee. These conversations are held every Tuesday morning during July and August.
|1735||Painted pathways on the red bricks|
Painted pathways on the red bricks to manage foot traffic once the college reopens for the fall term.
|1643||Graphic Summary of Bar Harbor Climate, drawing|
Graphic summary of the Bar Harbor climate.
|1675||All College Meeting|
Photographic print of president Lou Rabineau leading an All College Meeting (ACM) in the old auditorium.
|1676||All College Meeting dialogue|
ACM dialogue in the old auditorium.
|1729||Behind the scenes of the Champlain Institute|
Development staff member Lynn Boulger, faculty member Jamie KcKown, and presenter Ted Widmer behind the scenes at the first virtual Champlain Institute. The Champlain Institute is a week-long ideas festival which hosts leaders from around the country and the world to share their expertise on pressing issues of our time.
|1730||Behind the scenes of the Champlain Institute|
Development staff member Wes Norton, IT staff member Jarly Bobadilla, and Library staff member Zach Soares behind the scenes at the first virtual Champlain Institute. The Champlain Institute is a week-long ideas festival which hosts leaders from around the country and the world to share their expertise on pressing issues of our time.
Ted Widmer introducing the session Unbreaking America, a conversation with Josh Silver and COA Trustee Will Thorndike during the first virtual Champlain Institute. The Champlain Institute is a week-long ideas festival which hosts leaders from around the country and the world to share their expertise on pressing issues of our time.
|1727||COA Community Garden closure sign|
Gardening in the time of COVID-19. The COA Community Garden gate padlocked with a "garden closed" sign.
|1737||Bar Harbor Inn sign|
Bar Harbor Inn's business sign with opening date changed due to COVID-19.
|1741||Ray's Barbershop storefront|
Ray's Barbershop storefront signage reflecting business changes due to COVID-19.
|1742||Sherman's Bookstore storefront|
Sherman's Bookstore storefront rainbow book display and signage thanking essential workers.
Seafox Residence with VW Beetle in driveway.
|1147||Kaelber Hall fire|
The college's main campus building, Kaelber Hall, engulfed in flames.
|1236||Sending books into the new library|
Sending books by conveyor belt through a window in the reading room of the new Thorndike Library.
|1237||Firefighters battle the Kaelber Hall fire|
Firefighters battle the Kaelber Hall fire.
|1254||Aerial view of Kaelber Hall|
This aerial view of Kaelber Hall (formerly summer home turned seminary known as Guy's Cliff) was the college's administration building until it burned down on July 25, 1983. It was home to the college library, administrative offices, and the kitchen and dining facilities.
|1757||Two look on as Kaelber Hall is engulfed in flames|
Two look on as Kaelber Hall is engulfed in flames on July 25, 1983.