Holden Chapel is a small building in Harvard Yard on the campus of Harvard University. Completed in 1744, it is the third oldest building at Harvard and one of the oldest college buildings in America.
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... In the 1930s, Holden Chapel (and Hollis Hall) were chosen by the Historical American Buildings Survey Commission as two of the finest examples of early ... The chapel was remodeled in 1999 to serve as both a classroom and a musical rehearsal and performance space ... Though no longer housing the Holden Choirs' offices, Holden Chapel now serves as their primary rehearsal space ...
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