The Crockett Room has a mural of Dr. Sadler hunting with his dogs. In this mural, Dr. Sadler originally had a friend and his dog hunting with him, but their relationship ended one day and, alas, the hunter and his dog were painted out of the mural.
The blinking owl in the Crockett Room and the duck and drake in the Lehman Room was commissioned to be painted by Maynard Williamson.
In 1944, in spite of post-war difficulties, Charles A.B. Heinze began the remodeling of Dr. Sadler's Fairfield Hall. One of the wall murals between the Crockett Room and what used to be the Beltzhoover Room was removed to provide a larger space for dining which is now the present larger Crockett Room.
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