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University of New Hampshire Upper Quad
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The upper quad at the University of New Hampshire is comprised of Hitchcock Hall, Randall Hall, Devine Hall.  Hitchcock and Randall Halls were built in 1959 and Devine Hall was built in 1966.

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Uploaded: 20/09/2009
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Tags: unh; university of new hampshire; durham; nh; 03824; upper quad; randall hall; devine hall; hitchcock hall; seacoast; college; residence hall
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