To the Editor:
Re: “Cornell Architecture Myths: Busted,” Arts, Jan. 29
Some of the facts in this piece are wrong.
Carl Sagan never lived in the Sphinx Tomb. It is one room, suitable as a study. He had a home in Cayuga Heights which is where he lived. The person who owned it before Sagan never finished converting it to a home, and Sagan had his work demolished.