New Photos of the Hopkins Observatory

New photos of the 7″ Alvan Clark refractor from 1851 (Clark’s first telescope) and a room of the Mehlin Museum of Astronomy below the dome that includes an 1876 Repsold meridian transit, in the original building of the Hopkins Observatory (constructed 1836-8), were taken by Ralph Lieberman as part of the architecture-at-Williams book project by art-department Profs. E.J. Johnson and Michael Lewis.