There's a massive totem pole between the bannisters of the central staircase within Haskell Hall. It came from the Pacific Northwest before our ancestors realized what a foolish and destructive thing it was to take relics from distant lands, cut them to pieces, and ship them to their offices.
The images of the rear doors (below) were made before the full force of the snowstorm rolled over campus. Those images were also made closer to the actual door, which is why there is so little snow in the frame. Part of the design of these images was to photograph from a distance so as to image through a large volume of air (image through more air = image through more snow). The brackets on these doors are stunning. Each set of doors on campus have such unique details—people don't build like this anymore.