Branford and Saybrook Colleges (Memorial Quadrangle), 1921
James Gamble Rogers (1867-1947, B.A. 1889, M.A., Honorary, 1921)
Gate by Samuel Yellin (1885-1940)
The list of buildings James Gamble Rogers designed for Yale between World War I and World War II is almost endless; it is certainly too long to include here. But none is finer than the Memorial Quadrangle, today housing students in Branford and Saybrook Colleges in a Gothic residential complex with six variously proportioned courts that provide a sense of intimacy and grandeur in the shadows of the 216-foot-tall Harkness Tower and behind Samuel Yellin's masterful iron gate.