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Buildings at Yale.

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The following list of the buildings of the University, together with the cost and date of completion of each, has been published by the Yale News:

South Middle. 1752 $8,000

Athenaeum. 1763 4,000

South college. 1793 13,000

Lyceum. 1803 6,000

North Middle. 1803 9,000

Sheffield hall. 1814 20,000

North college. 1821 10,000

Library (college). 1846 34,000

Alumni hall. 1853 27,000

Gymnasium (old). 1859 11,000

Enlargement of Sheffield hall. 1865 150,000

Farnham hall. 1870 127,000

East Divinity hall. 1870 133,000

Durfee. 1871 130,000

Marquand chapel. 1871 27,000

Law school. 1872 owned by county.

North Sheffield hall. 1873 115,000

West Divinity hall. 1874 160,000

Battell chapel. 1876 200,000

Peabody museum. 1876 100,000

Sloane laboratory. 1883 50,000

Lawrence hall. 1886 160,000

Kent Laboratory. 1888 75,000

Osborn hall. 1889 200,000

Chittenden Library. 1889 100,000

$1,769,000

The university is unwilling to make public the cost of the following buildings, several of which were built by private subscription: The Readingroom, 1819; the Treasury, 1832; the Art school, 1866; the Bacon Memorial library, 1881; the Bacon Memorial library, 1881; the Observatory, 1882; and Dwight hall, 1886. The total value is near $2,000,000.

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