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|1659||Newlin Garden Stair Rail|
3 sheets Three different designs for the Newlin Garden stair rail.
|1665||Auditorium Site, College of the Atlantic, Bar Harbor, Maine|
1 sheet Site plan for an auditorium that was never built.
|1667||College of the Atlantic Site Planning|
Five color-coded sheets showing plans for vehicle and people circulation, buildings and landscape.
|1668||College of the Atlantic Campus Plan Update|
One color-coded site plan for the entire college campus.
|1669||Blum Gallery Porch Addition for College of the Atlantic|
7 sheets Floor plans and elevations for porch addition that was never built.
|1670||College of the Atlantic, Blum Gallery Courtyard|
9 sheets Floor plans and planting plants for the landscape outside of the Blum Gallery.
|2085||Student Housing, Eden Street, Bar Harbor, Maine|
3 sheets Site layout, grading and drainage plans, site details, and plans for landscaping at Blair Tyson Residence Hall.
|2086||Student Housing, College of the Atlantic|
3 sheets Elevations of student housing that is now called Blair/Tyson Residence.
|2087||Student Housing, College of the Atlantic|
1 sheet Schematic site plan for student housing that is now called Blair/Tyson Residence.
|1592||Turrets, College of the Atlantic, Bar Harbor, Maine|
29 sheets Site plan, floor plans, sections, finishes, masonry plans, heating, plumbing, electrical, and telephone wiring plans.
A photo of the old COA auditorium in the winter.
A photo of the Gates auditorium taken in spring to show the difference between the old Auditorium and Gates.
|2320||Acadia national park headquarters|
A photo of the original Acadia national park headquarters in downtown Bar Harbor, before it was moved to the COA campus to serve as the Dorr Museum.
A photo of the Dorr Museum on COA's campus that was the original Acadia park headquarters in the 90's.
|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.
|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.