After a Tuesday postponement due to foul weather, we headed on out today to Denison University in Granville, Ohio; it was another step in my Ohio observatories photography project. I'd recently read about the centenary of the University's nine-inch Warner and Swasey telescope and contacted the Physics Department offering congratulations and asking about visitation. I was warmly welcomed, given a tour of their compact but nicely-appointed 1909 building, examined and photographed the wonderful telescope, and compared notes with the professors. The day's weather was worrisome but the rain stopped at about the time I was ready to photograph the telescope. The dome's shutter was opened and I got nice, soft lighting for a lovely portrait of the old celestial machine. Fortunate for Denison, unfortunate for me, their telescope does not share a control linkage component I'd hoped to see to confirm its design. Still, the day offered decompression from a stressful work week and I was able to document yet another of Ohio's wonderful old observatories.