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A summer home turned seminary called Guy's Cliff, which became the main campus building renamed Kaelber Hall sometime before 1970.
|1146||Kaelber Hall chimney's|
The remaining chimneys and rubble after Kaelber Hall burned down.
|1147||Kaelber Hall fire|
The college's main campus building, Kaelber Hall, engulfed in flames.
|1116||Arts & Sciences Building|
Arts & Sciences Building during the winter after construction began.
|1235||Aerial view of campus|
Campus aerial view of Sea Urchin, Turrets, Kaelber Hall, and Bournemouth.
|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.
|1280||Blair/Tyson Residence during construction|
Blair/Tyson during construction.
|1302||Acadia National Park headquarters building relocation|
Acadia National Park headquarters building being driven on the Park Loop Road towards its new home on the college campus.
|1304||Acadia National Park headquarters building relocation|
Acadia National Park headquarters building being moved into place on campus where it would be renovated and renamed the George B. Dorr Museum of Natural History.
|1334||Kaelber Hall smoking debris|
Firefighters spraying smoking debris of Kealber Hall after it burned.
|1346||Roc Caivano and students building a solar-heated student shop|
Photographic print of Roc Caivano and students building a solar-heated student shop. This building was designed and constructed by staff and students on the Environmental Design Curriculum. It is now called the B&G Shop.
|1353||Ann Peach with the Peach House sign|
Ann Peach holding the Peach House sign in front of the relocated Gate House that was moved and renamed in her honor.
Sea Urchins exterior.
|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.
|1389||Turrets coastline gazebo|
Gazebo structure on ocean edge by Turrets,
|1400||Turrets roof repair|
People shoveling detritus into back of truck at front entrance to Turrets.
Entrance of Witchcliff.
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.
Sea Urchins exterior.
Seafox Residence with VW Beetle in driveway.
|1573||College of the Atlantic map, 1979|
Survey drawing of the college's property based on 1974 Raynes Survey.
|1574||Main Building, College of the Atlantic, Bar Harbor, ME|
18 sheets Elevations and floor plans of the Main Building (Kaelber Hall; formerly Guy's Cliff) drawn in pencil on mylar by students Jay Bickford and Heidi Dexter in 1981.