Wednesday, July 1, 2009


I've mentioned in my earliest posts how much I love traveling into Lynchburg. The architecture is beautiful, even at college such as Randolph College. During Easter weekend, my dad and I did an architectural photo study there. Here are the best shots:

I discovered that the architect for their main building is William Poindexter, and that the woman's college opened their doors in 1897. One thing is for sure, most alumni have a difficult time supporting the college after the its poor decision to sell works from their permanent collection and become co-ed.

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