List Of Brown University Buildings
The following is a list of buildings at Brown University. Six buildings are listed with the United States Department of Interior's National Register of Historic Places: University Hall (1770), Nightingale-Brown House (1792), Gardner House (1806), Hoppin House (1855), Corliss-Brackett House (1887), and the Ladd Observatory (1891).
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... Building Image Architect Constructed Notes Reference 66-68 Benevolent Street 1880 66-68 Charlesfield Street 1915 Old Stone Bank 1854 ...
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