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Screen and Tracery at North End ofCrossing
SCREEN AND TRACERY AT NORTH END OF CROSSING
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 VIII. Demanding the keys of the Powder House.
         Washington passes through New Haven and witnesses the students 
             drill.
         Privateer Satisfaction, 1777.
         Bowen's Yale College, 1786.
         President Daggett, with his musket, going out to defend the town.
         Nathan Hale's execution [ From the Book of the Yale Pageant].
         Soldier of the Revolution [From the Brooks bookplate].
         Removing the books from the library for safety.

   IX. Jocelyn View of Yale College, 1822/23.
        Going to Chapel, 1624.
        Soldier of 1812 [From the Brooks bookplate].
        Moral Library, 1828 [From the bookplate].
        Society of the Cincinnati emblem [From Trumbull's insignia].
        Camp Putnam, 1832 [ From the Book of the Yale Pageant].
        Doolittle's View of the Green, 1807.
        Old Library, 1842.

    X. Junior Exhibition [From the program of 1842].
         Yale Pageant-wedding [From the colored photograph].
         Burial of Euclid, 1867.
         Linsly Hall.
         Examination in Alumni Hall.
         Yale Fence [From Kingsley's Yale College].
         Initiation, 1867.
         Elizabethan Club, founded 1911 [Bookplate].

North aisle--Exhibition corridor.
     The decoration in the windows, except the first and 
fifth, which are knights, are taken from illuminated manuscripts 
in the library:

Second bay: David and Goliath, and the Shepherds, from a French Breviary.
Third bay: two miniatures from a Persian manuscript of the Divan of
        Auhadi of Kirman.
Fourth bay: two miniatures from a French Psalter.
The fifth bay, for new books, is separated from the fourth by a carved wood
       screen, linen fold paneling, and three figures, a writer, printer, and 
       reader.


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