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University of New Hampshire Morse Circle
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This is the view from Morse Circle.  Morse Circle is framed by Morse Hall, Rudman Hall, Spaulding Hall and Kingsbury Hall.  From Morse Circle, one can view the continuous corridor that goes from SERC C to Demeritt Hall.

Copyright: Samuel Lingeman
Type: Spherical
Resolution: 10656x5328
Subida: 03/08/2009
Actualizado: 22/09/2014
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Tags: unh; university of new hampshire; durham; nh; 03824; rudman hall; spaulding hall; morse hall; kingsbury hall; seacoast
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