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Princeton's New Dormitory.

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Work on Brown Hall, Princeton's new dormitory, is being pushed forward as rapidly as the weather permits. The outside walls are up to the top of the first story windows and the general appearance can be obtained. It bears a marked resemblance to Edwards Hall, but the large main entrance in the middle of the building greatly enhances its beauty and gives it the finest entrance of any dormitory on the Campus. This entrance, with its Indiana lime-stone columns, opens into a large vestibule, twenty feet square. From all indications the building will be completed and ready for occupancy by September; it is to be four stories high, with accommodations for eighty students.

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