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JOHN BELCHER, ARCHITECT
C. J. GIBSON, ARCHITECT Though top-heavy and poorly proportioned, it certainly is not timid and unconvincing. As a conception, it is far ahead of the Dewey Arch erected for the last great fete in New York. It appeals to the popular imagination by sheer force, and has an assured and patriotic expression, replete with an overwhelming sense of dominion and power.
MURAL PAINTING IN THE SORBONNE, PARIS
PERSPECTIVE AND ELEVATION OF THE END OF COURT Serious, ennobling, and above all suggestive of a permanent seat of learning. The sections in the lower illustration give an idea of the interior arrangements, one wing having twenty-four class-rooms and four professors' rooms (see plan), while the other is occupied by a large and lofty auditorium. The sky-line is much better in the lower study.