Lynch Memorial Hall

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Lebanon Valley College - History - Mid-century and Modern Day (1948-present)
... name of the president who initiated the campaign—Lynch Memorial ... Lynch Memorial Hall—which included the school's first proper gymnasium—was opened in 1953 ... In 1957, Science Hall (now the Derickson A apartments) was created out of the old Kreider Factory building on White Oak St ...

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