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Carole Weinstein International Center, Queally Center
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Gazebo at Westhampton Lake

The lake, about 1,326 feet in length and covering about 7 acres, forms a pleasing and restful boundary [between the Richmond and Westhampton sides]. Its natural beauty may be guessed at from the pictures published in this issue of the Herald, but you must see the sunbeams streaming through the western woods at eventide to appreciate its quiet loveliness. Great white oaks and ancestral forest pines overhang the lake and cover many areas of the park land. The brook that feeds the lake sings a merry song as it leaps over granite boulders and races around the feet of towering trees. ...

Amid such surroundings, we plan to build for the centuries.

President Frederic W. Boatwright
“The New Home of Greater Richmond College,” Religious Herald, June 16, 1910
A Bird's Eye
Jepson Hall and Stern Quadrangle
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The Forum