When the Gallery opened in 1913, it stood on the University of Rochester campus. You can see MAG in the lower left of this picture from ca. the 1930s.
Starting in 1930, male students moved to the River Campus and female students remained on what was then called the Women's Campus. The university's art history department also remained on the Women's Campus.
In 1955, all women's classes were moved to the River Campus, leaving the Gallery on what is now called the Prince Street Campus. Eastman School students utilized Cutler Union for rehearsal space, and resided in dormitories across Prince St., where School of the Arts (SOTA) now stands.
Some Prince St. Campus buildings were demolished, some were sold in the 1960s, and one burned down in 2015, but many remain on or around the campus. Which ones can you find?