A School Photo Quiz
 

For a time in 2010, each Tuesday Cranbrook's Information Officer posted a mystery photo on Cranbrook's Facebook page at  www.facebook.com/cranbrookschools. By being the first to correctly identify the school location by Thursday, alumni won two tickets to meals at Cranbrook or Kingswood Dining Halls. We don't know exactly why the contest was discontinued but we note that the same few alumni kept entering and winning. 

The challenge had a good run, for the photographer had a discerning eye and a refined compositional skill for picturing assorted man-made detail. Here are some of the intriguing shots he took of elements dating back to our time, our particular campus. Recognize any? Match the pictures with the words below.

Photo #1

1
Windows for the Staff Room, Academic Building

a
  Apartment exterior, above Citizenship Plaque

b
Photo 3

2
Windows of classroom, across Assembly Hall, facing
Alumni Court

c
  Frieze by Tower entrance

d
Photo #4

3
Gate to bottom floor,
Infirmary

e
  Frieze by inglenook in Library

f
Photo #5

4
Inside Hoey Tower; the copper wire grounds the lightening rod

g
  Art in Alumni Court

h
Photo #5

5
Exterior
Music Practice Rooms

i
  Inside Hoey Tower

j
Photo 33

6
Southern exterior of lower Dining Hall

k
  View from Tom Clark's
Page Hall room window

l


7
View of Quad from
top of Hoey Tower

m
  Frieze by Print Shop, near Mermaid Fountain

n
Photo #2

8
By backdoor of Stevens Hall

o
Recognize any? For Answers, scroll down past the picture below
(it shows a major new scene at School, the Williams Natatorium). 

Williams Natatorium

Photo #1

1
Windows of classroom, across Assembly Hall, facing
Alumni Court

c
Photo 3

2
Frieze by inglenook in Library

f
Photo #4

3
By backdoor of Stevens Hall

o
Photo #5

4
Apartment exterior, above Citizenship Plaque

b
Photo #5

5
Frieze by Tower entrance, where dot is here

d
Tower with frieze (dot)
Photo 33

6
Gate to bottom floor,
Infirmary

e


7
Inside Hoey tower,
looking up 

j
Photo #2

8
Further inside Hoey tower;
the copper wire grounds the lightening rod. 

g