Digital History at Ursinus

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Freeland Hall Portico (2nd bite)

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Reference: Yost's mss. Ch. VII, p. 4:
In December of 1913, the Freeland Hall Portico was completed, being the final stage of a complete remodeling of the Old Dorms. The three Halls were razed in November, 1968 to clear the site for the Myrin…

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Original building of Freeland Seminary, founded in 1848 by Abraham Hunsicker

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The dinning hall and kitchen were on lower two floors of the main section. The upper floors and the wings were men's dormitories. Freeland Hall was demolished in 1968 to make space for the Myrin Library.

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Reference: Yost's mss. Ch. I, p. 8; Ch. II p. 5; ch. XI, p. 10:
Freeland Seminary was established by the Rev. Abraham Hansicker on land bought from William Tennant Todd. Freeland Hall was erected in 1848. The "North Wing" (Stine Hall) was built in…

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Winter Snow scene before 1968 old and new dorms

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Freeland Hall/Portico (1st bite)

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