Item 1986.324.718 - Clark Hall Reception Room

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Clark Hall Reception Room

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Clark Hall, located at 270 18th Street, was added to the original Brandon College building in 1906. It was designed by the architect W.A. Elliott and was built using Manitoba limestone and locally produced brick. Originally used as a women's residence building, Clark Hall is now the Faculty of Arts building at Brandon University.

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CA DHM 324-2-1986.324.718

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5.5" x 3.5" (b/w)

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Accessioned by the Daly House Museum in 1986. Prior custodial history is unknown.

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Photograph postcard of the interior reception room in Brandon University's Clark Hall.

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