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University of New Hampshire Lower Quad
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The lower quad at the University of New Hampshire is comprised of Gibbs Hall, Englehardt Hall and Hunter Hall.  All of these dormitories were built in 1946.

Copyright: Samuel Lingeman
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Chargée: 20/09/2009
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Tags: unh; university of new hampshire; durham; nh; 03824; lower quad; englehardt hall; hunter hall; gibbs hall; seacoast; college; residence hall
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