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Hall of Philosophy, Chautauqua Institution, Entrance
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The Hall of Philosophy at Chautauqua Institution was designed by Buffalo architects, Green & Wicks in 1906. During the Chautauqua season, it is used for small lectures, often with question-and-answer sessions. The day this picture was taken, the seats were positioned for a wedding, rather than a lecture.

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