Dr. James Norton, a scholar of Wallace’s inventions, discusses the fishing poles of the 19th century and the improvements that Lew Wallace tried to make with his design.
Surveyor Jim Swift worked with small groups of students to find Lew Wallace’s reflecting pool from historic photos of the grounds. Each group consistently found the same place! Plans are in the works to excavate the remains of the reflecting pool in the fall.
Architect Judith Kleine led students in assembling a 3D model of the Study building.
Just as in real life, some buildings could not be built without teamwork! Several students commented that designing a stable structure and taping it together were big challenges – but that also made it fun.