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    • West Point, NY.  The Library, U.S. Military Academy

    • West Point, NY. The Library, U.S. Military Academy

    • United States Military Academy. Library. ; Academic libraries -- New York (State) -- West Point. ; Military libraries -- New York (State) -- West Point. ; United States Military Academy -- Buildings.

    • Library building designed by Delafield built in 1841 and replaced in 1964 by Building 757, the U.S. Military Academy Library
    • West Point, NY.  The Catholic Chapel.

    • West Point, NY. The Catholic Chapel.

    • Catholic Chapel (United States Military Academy).; Chapels -- New York (State) -- West Point.; United States Military Academy -- Buildings.; Church architecture.

    • Designed by the New York firm of Hines and LaFarge and built by the Roman Catholic Church, the Most Holy Trinity chapel was opened in 1900. Later additions included a new wing added in the 1930's followed by a further enlargement in the 1960's...
    • Library, West Point, NY

    • Library, West Point, NY

    • United States Military Academy -- Buildings.; United States Military Academy. Library.; Academic libraries -- New York (State) -- West Point.; Military libraries -- New York (State) -- West Point.

    • Library building designed by Delafield, built in 1841 and replaced in 1964 by Building 757, the U.S. Military Academy Library
    • The Library, West Point, NY

    • The Library, West Point, NY

    • United States Military Academy -- Buildings.; United States Military Academy. Library.; Academic libraries -- New York (State) -- West Point.; Military libraries -- New York (State) -- West Point.

    • Library building designed by Delafield, built in 1841 and replaced in 1964 by Building 757, the U.S. Military Academy Library
    • The Chapel, U.S. Military Academy, West Point, NY

    • The Chapel, U.S. Military Academy, West Point, NY

    • Cadet Chapel (United States Military Academy).; Chapels -- New York (State) -- West Point.; United States Military Academy -- Buildings.; Church architecture.

    • The Chapel situated on the hill Southwest of the parade ground was built in 1910 and contains some of the finest stained glass windows in the country. One of the four buildings at West Point designed by Cram, Goodhue, and Ferguson. The dome atop...
    • West Point Hotel, West Point, N.Y.

    • West Point Hotel, West Point, N.Y.

    • United States Military Academy -- Buildings. ; West Point Hotel (West Point, N.Y.) ; United States Military Academy-- Views.

    • The old West Point Hotel, built in 1829, stood at the north end of the Plain (now known as Trophy Point). The main hotel building was demolished in the early 1930's after the Hotel Thayer had been built.
    • West Point, Tennis

    • West Point, Tennis

    • United States Military Academy -- Cadet life.; Tennis. ; United States Military Academy -- Physical training. ; United States Military Academy -- Athletics.

    • "The tennis courts at the Military Academy at West Point are among the best on this side of the Atlantic, and on them many of the young men spend most of their recreation periods. This pastime is encouraged by the instructors as a means to physical...
    • Thayer Monument

    • Thayer Monument

    • Thayer, Sylvanus, 1785-1872, USMA 1808 -- Monuments. ; -- United States Military Academy -- Buildings.; --United States Military Academy -- Gymnasium.

    • Unveiled in June 1883, originally placed in front of the gymnasium, later moved to Plain in front of Superintendent's residence. Quarters of the Professor of Natural and Philosophical Sciences is visible right rear.
    • Grant Hall, U.S. Military Academy, West Point

    • Grant Hall, U.S. Military Academy, West Point

    • United States Military Academy -- Buildings.; United States Military Academy -- Dining facility.; United States Military Academy -- Cadet Mess.; United States Military Academy -- Mess Hall.; United States Military Academy -- Mess Hall (Grant).

    • Grant Hall, which served as the Cadet Mess, from 1850-1923, showing awning covered terrace.

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