Cottages were built to house the students in the early 1890s while the dormitories were being built (see previous posts 1 & 2). The yearbook from 1914 states Carey and Browning (next to Carey but obscured by trees) resided north of campus. I’ve been researching to see if these buildings met the same fate as the rest of the campus in the 1950s. Once I find out, I’ll post the information. However, if anyone knows what happened to them or if they survived and their locations, please post a comment.