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The Boar’s Head Urn was created by Sylvain Saleries, a noted artist who created all the interior sculpture at Grand Central Terminal.

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The Boar’s Head Urn was created by Sylvain Salieres, a noted artist who created all the interior sculpture at Grand Central Terminal.

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The interior entrance to the Tennis Court Wing was only accessible by walking through the Second Bachelor’s Wing. Because of this set-up, during the Vanderbilt era, women could only view a tennis match by using the outside entrance. Shown here:

https://farm3.staticflickr.com/2264/2183096799_b34aa39dab.jpg | Exterior Entrance to Tennis Court

Today, this entrance leads to the College’s Human Resources Department.

The Boar’s Head Urn was created by Sylvain Saleries, a noted artist who created all the interior sculpture at Grand Central Terminal.

https://farm2.staticflickr.com/1122/1150514506_8adb7c7d7b.jpg | Boar’s Head Urn \\\


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