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University of New Hampshire Mills/Fairchild Quad
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This is the view from the grass in the Mills/Fairchild quad.  This Quad is framed by Mills Hall built in 2002 and Fairchild Hall built around 1916, as well as Huddleston Hall built in 1919, Hetzel Hall built around 1927 and Alexander Hall which was built in 1951.

Copyright: Samuel Lingeman
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Uploaded: 20/09/2009
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