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University of New Hampshire Congreve Hall
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This is the view from the Congreve Hall Courtyard.  Congreve Hall was built in 1920 with two wings added in 1938 and the other in 1940 but recently received a renovation in 2003.  Congreve Hall is named in honor of Edith Angela Congreve.

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Uploaded: 20/09/2009
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