Dickinson Hall, Princeton University, N.J.

Dublin Core

Title

Dickinson Hall, Princeton University, N.J.

Subject

Dickinson Hall (classrooms), circa 1903. Built 1869-70; architect George.B. Post. Destryed by fire in 1920.

Description

Dickinson Hall, originally built between Chancellor Green Library and the John C. Green School of Science, was in the same plane and orientation as Nassau Hall, facing Nassau Street. It burned down in 1920. Some of the salvaged stone was used to build the foundation of Pyne Hall (dormitory).

Creator

Contributor Names
Detroit Publishing Co., copyright claimant
Detroit Publishing Co., publisher

Source

Source Collection
Detroit Publishing Company Photograph Collection

Publisher

Contributor Names
Detroit Publishing Co., copyright claimant
Detroit Publishing Co., publisher

Date

Circa 1903. Buidling

Contributor

Notes
- Detroit Publishing Co. no. 016654.
- Gift; State Historical Society of Colorado; 1949.

Rights

No known restrictions on publication.

Relation

Subject Headings
- Princeton University.
- Educational facilities.
- Universities & colleges.
- United States--New Jersey--Princeton.

Format

Dry plate negatives.

Language

English

Type

1 negative : glass ; 8 x 10 in.

Identifier

Call Number/Physical Location
LC-D4-16654 [P&P]

Coverage

Circa 1903; Princeton University buildings, early 20th century.

Files

4a11069v.jpg

Citation

Contributor Names Detroit Publishing Co., copyright claimant Detroit Publishing Co., publisher , “ Dickinson Hall, Princeton University, N.J.,” McGrawCommons Omeka, accessed December 11, 2017, http://commons.princeton.edu/omeka/items/show/27.