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Columns; Doors & doorways; Dormitories; Porticoes (Porches); Stairways
View from College Place of stairs and entrance to Williams Hall. From the October 24, 1980 Williams Hall Dedication Ceremony program: 'Located on the corner of Washington Boulevard and College Place, Williams...
Original Structure of Mary Lindsay Welch Honors Hall
Auditoriums; Chapels; Galleries & museums; Recycled structures
Front view of what is now Mary Lindsay Welch Honors Hall. The photograph is from the winter of 2000/2001. The building, located on the edge of campus at Basin and East Fourth Streets, was originally a...
Columns; Doors & doorways; Dormitories; Porticoes (Porches); Snow; Stairways; Trees; Windows
View of the steps and columned entrance of Williams Hall in a winter scene. Williams Hall is a three story brick residence hall built in the Federalist style, with tall, white columns gracing the main...
Franklin Street Dormitory
Doors & doorways; Dormitories; Emergency housing; Porches; Stairways; Trees
During World War II, when cadets from the Army Air Corps occupied Dickinson dormitories, the Dickinson Seminary students lived in off-campus dormitories on Franklin and Fourth Streets. This is one of the...
Balconies; Cornices; Cupolas; Dormitories; Gates; Office buildings; Pediments; Universities & colleges
View of Old Main from the wooden fence and railings. The West Wing was built in 1839, the East Wing in 1850, and the center section was added in 1855, which became six stories of faculty and administrative...
Old Main, Print from Jon De Pol Wood Engraving
Dormitories; Office buildings
Print of a John De Pol wood engraving of Old Main. This print is from a limited edition collection of six prints commissioned by Lycoming College. The West Wing of Old Main was built in 1839, the East...
Williams Hall, Entrance
Architraves; Doors & doorways; Dormitories; Lampposts; Pediments; Porticoes (Porches); Sidewalks; Windows
View of the front entrance of Williams Hall. The three-story brick residence hall was built in the Federalist style, with tall, white columns gracing the main entrance. It contains 146 rooms, including...
Balconies; Cornices; Cupolas; Dormitories; Gates; Office buildings; Pediments; Stone walls; Trees; Universities & colleges
View of Old Main looking south through the stone gates. The West Wing was built in 1839, the East Wing in 1850, and the center section was added in 1855. That section became six stories of faculty and...
Automobiles; Doors & doorways; Dormitories; Lampposts; Shutters; Sidewalks; Trees; Windows
Front view of Williams Hall. It contains 146 rooms, including 73 double and single rooms for students, a suite, several lounges, a recreation room, and other laundry, storage, and study areas. It was first...
Demolition of Building for Construction of North Hall
Construction equipment; Demolition; Dwellings; Utility poles
A building is demolished to make room for the construction of North Hall. It was first occupied in 1965 and named North Hall.
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