Lynch Memorial Hall

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Lebanon Valley College - History - Mid-century and Modern Day (1948-present)
... and a real gymnasium, which bore the 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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