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On June 12, 1974, the sky reflects on a brand-new Central Laboratory Building, what is now Wilson Hall. Construction for the building began in 1971 and was completed in 1974. Wilson Hall, campus Credit: Fermilab

On June 12, 1974, the sky reflects on a brand-new Central Laboratory Building, now called Wilson Hall. Construction for the building began in 1971 and was completed in 1974.

In the foreground, a speckled white and dark brown or black bird of prey staring directly into the camera on a ledge. In the background, water, a woodlands, a field of grass, another woodlands and blue skies. In the distance, buildings.

In April 2021, this hawk, perched on a ledge on the 14th floor of Wilson Hall, stared at the Al Dyer, the photographer, on the other side of the window.

A child wearing a gray toboggan and blue coat faces away from the camera, trudging in furry boots through a line of leaf-blown brown leaves on a large sidewalk against a white picket fence and into a bright blue building, set against a gray sky.

On Nov. 11, 2020, a child tromps through a trail of leaves on their way to daycare on Fermilab’s campus. On Feb. 2, 2021, snow sprays above a John Deere as it clears snow from the daycare parking lot.