Bell Tower of the Howe Building, Perkins School for the Blind
- Bell Tower of the Howe Building, Perkins School for the Blind
A photograph of the 180 foot tall Howe Building Tower, as viewed from an angle and through the trees in front of the building's main entrance on the Perkins campus. Perkins' main building, with its soaring tower crowned by a symbolic lantern of education, is named after the school's first director, Samuel Gridley Howe. Located inside the building are the Allen Chapel, Dwight Hall, the Laura M. Sawyer study area, the Saltonstall Pool, the Samuel P. Hayes Research Library, the Thorndike Room, and several other areas.
black and white photograph
Perkins School for the Blind
Samuel P. Hayes Research Library
- Collection (local):
Perkins Photograph Albums
Perkins Album, 1913
Perkins Institution and Massachusetts School for the Blind
- 1 photograph
Samuel P. Hayes Research Library, Perkins School for the Blind, Watertown, MA
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