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Gate House in the snow. The Gate House was moved to a new location and renamed Peach House in honor of Ann Peach, the college's first staff member.
Seafox Residence with VW Beetle in driveway.
A photo of Cottage House student residence in winter.
A photo of Cottage House student residence.
|2250||Davis Carriage House|
A photograph of three people standing in front of the door to the Davis Carriage House before it was bought by COA and turned into student housing.
|2251||Davis Carriage House|
A photo of the back of Davis Carriage House through the trees.
|2252||Davis Carriage House|
A photo of the attic insulation of the Davis Carriage House.
|2253||Davis Carriage House|
A photo of a person standing in the doorway of the attic storage space in the Davis Carriage House
|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.
|1378||COA and Coast Heritage Trust sign|
COA and Coast Heritage Trust sign at the campus entrance.
The ocean-facing side of Turrets. Copy of an image from the 1900s.
|1400||Turrets roof repair|
People shoveling detritus into back of truck at front entrance to Turrets.
Entrance of Witchcliff.
A photo of a bathroom in the Davis Center on the COA campus
A photo of the side and back porch of the Davis Center on the COA campus
A photo of the driveway and side of the Davis Center on COA campus.
|2257||Davis Center renovation|
A person doing construction work on the interior of what would become the Kathryn W. Davis Center of International and Regional Studies.
|2246||Foot bridge closure|
A sign warning that the bridge between Turrets and Deering Common has been damaged and people should use the Peach House path.
The original wooden foot bridge that crossed the stream that separates Turrets and Deering Common.