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  Text by Dawn Goodlove
Photos by Fisheye

Hidden Cornell

As the first campus named to the National Register of Historic Places - exposed to the world at the top of a very short list - Cornell College should have nothing to hide. But in the 24 years since the designation by the National Register, the campus has changed. New facilities have been constructed and renovations have transformed others. The most familiar buildings such as King Chapel, Norton Geology Center, and the President's House, built in 1850 and the oldest campus structure, have features rarely seen by many.

Welcome to a tour of the hidden Cornell-places you likely never ponder, rarely ever see, but in many cases the college couldn't function without.

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