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Hendrix College: Butler Plaza
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Butler Plaza, in the center of the Hendrix College campus in Conway, Arkansas. Prominently visible are the Donald W Reynolds Center for Life Sciences, Greene Chapel, Staples Auditorium, the Pecan Court and the fountain. Taken April 2, 2012

Copyright: Josh Daugherty
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Resolution: 7748x3874
Chargée: 03/04/2012
Mis à jour: 15/10/2014
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Tags: hendrix college; education; fountain; butler plaza; greene chapel; staples auditorium; dw reynolds; donald w reynolds center for life sciences; campus; university
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