Littig & Co, 1908
Dimensions: 20" x 13.5"
To the right of the chapel stands Kirkland Hall, built in 1823 as a twin of North College, then remodeled as Soper Gymnasium in 1891. Kirkland stands in front of Carnegie Hall (1904) and both serve as residence halls today.
Built in 1872, the Minor theater stands tall in the center-right of the view. Originally a library, and later infirmary, Clark H. Minor (1902) funded renovations that led to the opening of the present-day theater in 1962. Minor was president of General Electric from 1922-1945, and served as chairman of the board of trustees at Hamilton College for many years. He is remembered fondly for his contributions to the university, and lovingly for once opening a NY Times interview with, "I'm a very busy man. Among other things, I'm chairman of the board of trustees of Hamilton College..."
The Hamilton College Rummell view is printed on fine woven paper from the original 1915 engraved copper-plate by a master printer. Coloring is performed by a team of expert watercolorists, and framing is completed in-house with acid-free mat and high grade plexiglass that fits all museum specifications.
The uncolored engraving is available for $350. The beautifully hand colored example is $500. The Rummell View is also available through Arader Galleries in Curly Maple, Black, or Black and Gold frame for $750. There is no charge for shipping. Orders can be placed through our NYC gallery at 212-628-7625 or by contacting us via email@example.com