That’s Schofield Hall on the University Of Wisconsin at Eau Claire campus hiding in the trees. It’s named for the first President of the University, Harvey Schofield. The building was designed by the architects Van Ryn & Degelleke. Built in 1914 it was the first building on the campus. Today Schofield Hall houses administrative offices.
I took a spin down Water Street, which is the closest thing that Eau Claire has to a college town main drag, and was happily surprised to see that the coffee shop The Goat had gotten a remodel. Last time I’d been by it was looking torn apart and forlorn and I’d wondered if itContinue reading “The Goat Is Back In Black/ Some Pics From Around Town”
This is my latest photo of the paper mill I mentioned in yesterday’s Dells Pond post. I take a lot of pictures of the mill and will talk more about it in a future post.
St. Patricks Catholic Church was built in Eau Claire in 1885 and is one of the many buildings in Eau Claire on the National Register of Historic places. Designed by Abraham Radcliffe, St. Pats combines Gothic Revival and Romanesque architectural styles.