Winter through the years at Harvard Law School, from frosted branches to student skaters to that cold air crunch and the fresh coat of crystal: Let it snow, let it snow, let it snow!

Credit: Phil Farnsworth Austin Hall, 2008

A man carrying an umbrella walks towards the Caspersen Student center on a snowy day

Credit: Martha Stewart Casperson Student Center, 2019

The front of Langdell Hall on a snowy day in 1946.

Credit: Harvard Law School Yearbook Langdell Hall, 1946

Credit: Anton Grassl Austin Hall, 1990s

A single person walks behind the HLS Library on very snowy day

Credit: Harvard Law Bulletin 1958

Jarvis Field, 2005

A snowy branch at the base of the columns at the front of Langdell in winter

Credit: Phil Farnsworth2008

Looking out to a snowy HLS campus through a window with a patterned design

Credit: Martha Stewart Pound Hall view, 2019

Wide view of the Harvard Law School buildings Langdell Hall and Hauser Hall on a winter evening

Credit: Tony Rinaldo Langdell and Hauser Halls, 2014

One of the stone carved faces from the Austin Hall exterior with a touch of snow on his head

Austin Hall, 2011

Credit: Martha Stewart Holmes Field, 2015

The rear of Hastings Hall during a snow storm in 1977

Credit: Harvard Law School Yearbook Hastings Hall, 1977

The windows of Austin Hall glow on a snowy day

Credit: Anton Grassl Austin Hall, 2008