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Countless students, faculty and staff have entered these doors (full view here) of the former Education Hall, now named Miller Hall on the University of Washington campus. This was the entrance to UW's former Administration Building when it was built in 1922, and still houses space for the Educational Psychology and Curriculum & Instruction divisions. I love the beautiful patina of the quarter sawn oak of the doors, the elaborate Gothic Revival style mill work, and the real leaded glass transom. Autumn is just around the corner. You can feel the change in the air here. So many people will be going back to school soon. I wonder if they will be so caught up in their studies that they won't notice the lovely details as they pass through these doors.