Tulane & Loyola Universities, New Orleans Photos

The Tulane University campus (1894) & Loyola University (1904) sit side by side on St. Charles St. to the west of downtown New Orleans. The heritage section of Tulane is noted for its Richardsonian Romanesque Architecture. The first buildings of Loyola were in Gothic style. Both campuses now contain notable buildings in modern style.

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Randall Lee Gibson Hall at Tulane University. New Orleans, LA.Stone facade of Gibson Hall at Tulane University. New Orleans, LA.Facade details of Gibson Hall at Tulane University. New Orleans, LA.Richardsonian Romanesque details of Gibson Hall at Tulane University. New Orleans, LA.
Randall Lee Gibson Hall (1894) at Tulane University. New Orleans, LA. Style: Richardsonian Romanesque. Architect: Harrod & Andry.Stone facade of Gibson Hall at Tulane University. New Orleans, LA.Facade details of Gibson Hall at Tulane University. New Orleans, LA.Richardsonian Romanesque details of Gibson Hall at Tulane University. New Orleans, LA.
Frederick W. Tilton Memorial Hall first university library of Tulane University. New Orleans, LA.Tobias Gibson Richardson Memorial now home of School of Architecture at Tulane University. New Orleans, LA.Richardson Building at Tulane University. New Orleans, LA.Stanley Thomas Hall at Tulane University. New Orleans, LA.
Frederick W. Tilton Memorial Hall (1902) first university library of Tulane University. New Orleans, LA. Style: neo-Romanesque. Architect: Andry & Bendernagel.Tobias Gibson Richardson Memorial (1908) now home of School of Architecture at Tulane University. New Orleans, LA. Style: Richardsonian Romanesque. Architect: Andry & Bendernagel.Richardson Building (1894 & 1908) at Tulane University. New Orleans, LA. Architect: Harrod & Andry.Stanley Thomas Hall (1911) at Tulane University. New Orleans, LA. Style: Richardsonian Romanesque. Architect: Andry & Bendernagel.
Robert C. Cudd Hall at Tulane University. New Orleans, LA.Social Work Building at Tulane University. New Orleans, LA.Alcee Fortier Hall at Tulane University. New Orleans, LA.Merryl & Sam Israel Jr. Environmental Sciences Building at Tulane University. New Orleans, LA.
Robert C. Cudd Hall (1902) at Tulane University. New Orleans, LA. Style: Dutch Renaissance Revival. Architect: Andry & Bendernagel.Social Work Building (1902) at Tulane University. New Orleans, LA. Style: Dutch & Italian Renaissance Revival. Architect: Andry & Bendernagel.Alcee Fortier Hall (1908) at Tulane University. New Orleans, LA. Style: Italian Renaissance Revival. Architect: Andry & Bendernagel.Merryl & Sam Israel Jr. Environmental Sciences Building (1999) at Tulane University. New Orleans, LA. Architect: Wilson Architects + Payette Assoc..
Boggs Center for Energy & Biotechnology at Tulane University. New Orleans, LA.Goldring / Woldenberg Hall school of business at Tulane University. New Orleans, LA.Lavin-Bernick Center for University Life at Tulane University. New Orleans, LA.Sun louvers detail Lavin-Bernick Center at Tulane University. New Orleans, LA.
Boggs Center for Energy & Biotechnology (1987) at Tulane University. New Orleans, LA. Architect: Waldemar S. Nelson + John Desmond & Assoc..Goldring / Woldenberg Hall school of business (1986) at Tulane University. New Orleans, LA.Lavin-Bernick Center for University Life (2006) at Tulane University. New Orleans, LA. Architect: Vincent James & Assoc..Sun louvers detail Lavin-Bernick Center at Tulane University. New Orleans, LA.
Lavin-Bernick Center entry doors onto quadrangle at Tulane University. New Orleans, LA.McAlister Auditorium boasts world's largest self-suspended concrete dome at Tulane University. New Orleans, LA.Portal of McAlister Auditorium at Tulane University. New Orleans, LA.Newcomb Hall at Tulane University. New Orleans, LA.
Lavin-Bernick Center entry doors onto quadrangle at Tulane University. New Orleans, LA.McAlister Auditorium (1940) boasts world's largest self-suspended concrete dome at Tulane University. New Orleans, LA. Architect: Favrot & Reed.Portal of McAlister Auditorium at Tulane University. New Orleans, LA.Newcomb Hall (1918) at Tulane University. New Orleans, LA.
Howard-Tilton Library at Tulane University. New Orleans, LA.Joseph Merrick Jones Hall at Tulane University. New Orleans, LA.Tulane University President's Home on Audubon Place. New Orleans, LA.Audubon Place, an early gated community beside Tulane University. New Orleans, LA.
Howard-Tilton Library (1969) at Tulane University. New Orleans, LA.Joseph Merrick Jones Hall (1939) at Tulane University. New Orleans, LA.Tulane University President's Home on Audubon Place. New Orleans, LA.Audubon Place, an early gated community beside Tulane University. New Orleans, LA.
Church of the Most Holy Name of Jesus at Loyola University. New Orleans, LA.Tower of Church of the Most Holy Name of Jesus at Loyola University. New Orleans, LA.Portal of Church of the Most Holy Name of Jesus at Loyola University. New Orleans, LA.Marquette Hall at Loyola University. New Orleans, LA.
Church of the Most Holy Name of Jesus (1913) at Loyola University. New Orleans, LA. Style: Gothic Revival.Tower of Church of the Most Holy Name of Jesus at Loyola University. New Orleans, LA.Portal of Church of the Most Holy Name of Jesus at Loyola University. New Orleans, LA.Marquette Hall (1910) at Loyola University. New Orleans, LA. Style: Gothic Revival.
Thomas Hall at Loyola University. New Orleans, LA.Music / Communications Complex at Loyola University. New Orleans, LA.J. Edgar & Louise S. Monroe Library at Loyola University. New Orleans, LA.Facade of J. Edgar & Louise S. Monroe Library at Loyola University. New Orleans, LA.
Thomas Hall (1912) at Loyola University. New Orleans, LA. Style: Gothic Revival.Music / Communications Complex (1986) at Loyola University. New Orleans, LA.J. Edgar & Louise S. Monroe Library (1999) at Loyola University. New Orleans, LA.Facade of J. Edgar & Louise S. Monroe Library (1999) at Loyola University. New Orleans, LA.

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