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Title: Clough
Keywords: Collegiate gothic;Mid 20th century;School;Sandstone;Dormer window;Chicago window;Jerkinhead;Midtown
Issue Date: Nov-2016
Abstract: Clough Hall was built in 1970. It features dormer windows and has a jerkin head roof. Clough is one of the only buildings on campus that does not have stain glass windows. It houses the art department and the studios require natural lighting. The building also has the Clough-Hanson Gallery where both student and professional artists showcase their work. Clough has depth to it which makes it an oddly shaped building. There are large Chicago windows on the various entrances. To learn more see Collegiate Gothic: The Architecture of Rhodes College by William Morgan or visit the Rhodes website at
Description: This building was photographed and uploaded to DLynx during the spring of 2017 by the Visual Resources Center.
Appears in Collections:Memphis Architecture Image Collection
Memphis Architecture Image Collection

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