Bosler Hall

Academic Quad, 1999

Panoramic view of the academic quad with Bosler Hall in the foreground with Althouse Hall and Old West in the background from around 1985.

Anti-Apartheid rally, 1986

Students hold a rally in front of Bosler Hall against Apartheid in South Africa during the 1980s, possibly on October 23, 1986. Banners displayed read "Divestment Now" and "Total Divestment Now."

Bosler Cartouche, 2000

The Bosler Cartouche outside Bosler Hall in spring 2000.

Bosler Hall, c.1886

View of Bosler Hall from W. High Street circa 1886.

Bosler Hall, c.1895

View of Bosler Hall from W. High Street around 1895.

Bosler Hall, c.1899

View of Bosler Hall around 1899.

Bosler Hall, c.1900

View of Bosler Hall from W. High Street around 1900. The railroad tracks on W. High Street are visible in the foreground.

Bosler Hall, c.1905

View of Bosler Hall around 1905.

Bosler Hall, c.1905

View of Bosler Hall around 1905.

Bosler Hall, c.1905

View of Bosler Memorial Library Hall around 1905.

Bosler Hall, c.1910

View of the Bosler Hall around 1910.

Bosler Hall, c.1915

View of Bosler Hall around 1915.

Bosler Hall, c.1915

View of Bosler Hall around 1915.

Bosler Hall, c.1920

View of Bosler Hall from the academic quad around 1920.

Bosler Hall, c.1930

View of Bosler Hall in the snow around 1930.

Bosler Hall, c.1935

View of Bosler Hall covered in ivy around 1935.

Bosler Hall, c.1945

View of Bosler Hall from the academic quad around 1945.

Bosler Hall, c.1945

View of Bosler Hall around 1945.

Bosler Hall, c.1950

View of Bosler Memorial Library Hall around 1950.

Bosler Hall, 1959

View of Bosler Hall and the John Dickinson campus in spring 1959.

Bosler Hall, c.1960

View of Bosler Hall around 1960.

Bosler Hall, c.1985

View of Bosler Hall from the academic quad around 1985.

Bosler Hall Chapel, c.1955

View of the Bosler Hall Chapel around 1955.

The inscription on the back wall reads: HERE IS THE CHAPEL – HERE MY SON YOUR FATHER THOUGHT THE THOUGHTS OF YOUTH AND HEARD THE WORDS THAT ONE BY ONE THE TOUCH OF LIFE HAS TURNED TO TRUTH

Bosler Hall circulation desk, 1935

Several students at the Bosler Hall circulation desk in 1935.

Bosler Hall circulation desk, 1945

View of the Bosler Hall circulation desk in 1945. Students are working at tables located behind the circulation desk. A bust of noted abolitionist Moncure D. Conway, a member of Dickinson's Class of 1849, is visible behind the circulation desk on...

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