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University of New Hampshire Thompson Hall Courtyard
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The Thompson Hall Courtyard is a the center of the UNH campus and is framed by Thompson Hall, Murkland Hall and the Dimond Library.  Thompson Hall was completed in 1893 as the first building on the Durham campus.  Murkland Hall was built in 1927 and was renovated in 2003.  While Dimond Library was built in 1958, it has gone through a number of renovations, most recently in 1998.

Copyright: Samuel Lingeman
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Upplösning: 10656x5328
Uppladdad: 13/07/2009
Uppdaterad: 18/12/2012
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Tags: durham; 03824; nh; unh; university of new hampshire; thompson hall; dimond libary; murkland hall; main st
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