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Chestnut Hall, originally the Hotel Pennsylvania (built ca. 1922, Clarence Edmond Wunder, architect), exterior
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Title
Chestnut Hall, originally the Hotel Pennsylvania (built ca. 1922, Clarence Edmond Wunder, architect), exterior
Date
1970 May
Material
transparency: slide, 35 mm, color
Measurements
3.25 x 2 cm (1.25 x 1 in)
Description
Located at 39th and Chestnut streets. Looking northwest along 39th Street. Served as women's dormitory in 1960s and 1970s. Restored 1983-1984 by William P. Becker, architect; now a University owned apartment building
Subject
Buildings
ID Number
UARC20040301003
Repository
UPX 10, Slide Collection, Box 4
Rights
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File Properties
File Name
20040301003.tif
SSID
22101168

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