User talk:Andrew Jameson

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File:CarnegieLibraryFiskUNashville.jpg[edit]

Hi. I like your image File:CarnegieLibraryFiskUNashville.jpg, but I am puzzled by the discrepancy between the appearance of the building and the descriptions I read while working on expansion of McKissack & McKissack. Are you sure that the building you photographed is the same Carnegie Library that is on the Fisk University campus, was designed by Moses McKissack, and built in 1908? The McKissack & McKissack Thematic Resources NRHP nomination (written in 1984) states (in part):

In 1908 McKissack received his first large commission, the Carnegie Library on the campus of Fisk University. The building has not been significantly altered and is listed on the National Register as part of the Fisk University Historic District. This two-story brick building was designed in a restrained Neo-Classic style with a stone columned porch, a stone belt course and a large hipped roof of clay tiles and bracketed eaves. The interior contains a two-story light well which provides illumination into the building.

The building you photographed is more than two stories tall and has features that don't match this description. I think the building you photographed might be some other building on the Fisk campus, or possibly some other Carnegie Library building in Nashville. Can you shed any light on this? (I have never been to the Fisk campus, so I'm not much use here...) --Orlady (talk) 01:07, 5 January 2014 (UTC)

There's a photo of the Carnegie Library in the Tennessee Encyclopedia of History and Culture, at [1]. It is definitely not the same building that you identified as the Carnegie Library. I'm going to remove the image from the articles where it is currently labeled as "Carnegie Library". Did you perhaps photograph some other "library"? --Orlady (talk) 03:29, 5 January 2014 (UTC)
From the campus map at http://www.fisk.edu/contact/campus-map I conclude that the building in your photo is the Administration Building, a.k.a. Cravath Hall (see [2] and [3]). It's a notable landmark building that warrants an article. But I guess we need to ask for a name change over at Commons. --Orlady (talk) 17:17, 5 January 2014 (UTC)

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DYK for Gratiot County Courthouse[edit]

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Electric Sugar Refinery[edit]

Hello, I am a novice wikipedia "talker" but wanted to contact Andrew Jameson to ask about how he came upon the Electric Sugar Refinery episode. Is this the place to do it? An e-mail address might be better. — Preceding unsigned comment added by 70.15.200.146 (talk) 22:23, 15 January 2014 (UTC)

I replied at User talk:70.15.200.146. Andrew Jameson (talk) 00:47, 16 January 2014 (UTC)

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Photo requests: Detroit area[edit]

Hi, Andrew! Do you take photos of the Detroit area to improve Wikipedia articles? If so, may I provide you with some requests of mine?

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