Lost Spaces of Syracuse University
Crouse Hinds, Goldstein Center, Lubin House
The architectural landscape of Syracuse University has seen many changes over the course of our 147-year history. From the University’s early years in an office building in downtown Syracuse, to the campus boom of the post-World War II era, and the current development of the Campus Framework, each of these periods of change has added to the list of the University’s “lost buildings.” Some were demolished or sold to make way for change and expansion, while others were lost to fire. This exhibition of materials and photographs from the University Archives showcases the legacy of some of these lost spaces.
Curated by Vanessa St.Oegger-Menn, Pan Am 103 Archivist & Assistant University Archivist.