This compilation of architectural recollections is an ongoing project. But today’s technology allows everyone to follow its progress.
Put most simply, you don’t have to wait for the book to be printed. You can view the remembrances as they are compiled and as the photographs are added. Some of you want the ability to make changes before the print versions. Now, you can see what you wrote, and if you want, send us revisions (as long as we are still in aggregation mode).
Today’s technology also allows everyone to add additional recollections if so moved. There just is no page limit to an online compendium.
Hopefully by seeing examples of what others wrote, and the places about which they wrote, as well as the places not yet described, more classmates will be inspired to write down their own memories of places and spaces.
We’re building an evolving index. You can look up the recollections of particular classmates, or recollections of particular places. We hope to add many more of both.
For a list of places remembered, click here.
Below are Classmates who have written remembrances (so far)
Jose A. Giron