Our project uses the digital environment to re-create both the structure and the experience of a building that no longer exists:  the primary railroad station in Rochester, N.Y. between 1914 and 1963. The station’s architect — Claude Fayette Bragdon — was notable both for his designs and for his theoretical writings on space. Our project will use new media to integrate visual images of the station and its component artifacts with text about Bragdon and his ideas, and incorporate memories from individuals who recall using or working in the building.


  • Joan Shelley Rubin
  • Joan Saab
  • Sheila Foster
  • Joe Easterly
  • Emily Sherwood


Published by Joe Easterly

Digital Scholarship Librarian