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  Think you know Homewood?

When photographer Will Kirk, A&S '99, turned his zoom lens on some familiar Homewood campus structures, he showcased the lovely, intricate design of their less-than-familiar details. The series was commissioned by Paula Burger, dean of undergraduate education, to decorate the new Fresh Food Cafe in AMR3, and other Homewood spaces.
   Recognize them?    — Catherine Pierre


1. Mattin Center
2. Homewood campus East Gate
3. Homewood House
4. New Engineering Building
5. University seal, Gilman Hall
6. Homewood House
7. East Gate
8. Breezeway between Remsen and Mergenthaler halls
9. Railing on breezeway between Ames and Krieger halls
10. One of the two seated figures at the base of the Johns Hopkins monument, Charles Street
11. Gilman Clock
12. East Gate
13. Breezway between Mergenthaler and Gilman halls
14. Stairs from upper to lower quad
15. Latrobe Hall, south entrance
16. Stairway from upper to lower quad
17. East Gate
18. Maryland Hall, south door
19. Maryland Hall

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