Trumbull College, Yale University (1929)

January 11th, 2013 Posted in Collegiate, Gothic, New Haven

Trumbull College, Yale

Trumbull College, one of Yale University’s residential colleges, was named for Connecticut Governor Jonathan Trumbull. The building‘s Gothic architecture, by James Gamble Rogers, matches well with his design for neighboring Sterling Library. Rogers, who designed eight of Yale’s twelve residential collages, considered Trumbull College, modeled after King’s College, Cambridge, to be his masterpiece.

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  1. 2 Responses to “Trumbull College, Yale University (1929)”

  2. By rodtect on Jan 11, 2013

    Actually Rogers only designed 8. Calhoun is John Russell Pope, Morse + Stiles are Saarinen, and Silliman is Eggers + Higgins.
    Great blog.

  3. By Daniel on Jan 11, 2013

    I changed 9 to 8, thanks!

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