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Media Index: Charles McKim's Master Plan for Columbia
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  A bird's-eye view of the new Columbia campus from King's Views of New York (1906).
© New-York Historical Society
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  Charles Follen McKim (c. 1900).
Library of Congress, Prints and Photographs Division, Frances Benjamin Johnston Collection
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  Columbia College on October 1, 1897, looking north from 114th Street.
© New-York Historical Society
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  View of the upper campus shortly after the opening of Columbia University in October 1897, from American Architect and Building News (1898).
Avery Architectural and Fine Arts Library, Columbia University
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  Columbia College, New York (c. 1900).
Library of Congress Prints and Photographs Division, Detroit Publishing Company Photograph Collection
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  View of the Columbia campus looking south from Low Library (c. 1926).
Columbia University Archives–Columbiana Library
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  An aerial view of the Low Library steps at Columbia University (c. 1912).
Columbia University Archives–Columbiana Library
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  One of the designs proposed (c. 1897) by McKim, Mead, and White for University Hall, which was never built.
Columbia University Archives–Columbiana Library
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  A watercolor drawing by the architecture firm of McKim, Mead, and White that shows what the projected Columbia campus would look like at full density (1903).
© Collection of the New-York Historical Society
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  Columbia University, South Hall under construction (Febuary 1933). A. Tennyson Beals, photographer.
Columbia University Archives–Columbiana Library
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