Building History of the East Falls Campus

Title

Building History of the East Falls Campus

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Download Oral History Transcript - Stan Gorski - August 19, 2019.pdf (199 KB)

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Description

This conversation covers:

  • Robert J. Reichlin House/White House
  • Hayward Hall
  • Hesslein Library/Student Services Center
  • Scholler Hall
  • Althouse Hall
  • Softball Field
  • Search Hall
  • Pastore Library/Architecture and Design Center
  • Roseneath Farm
  • President's House
  • Lankenau School
  • Archer Hall
  • Downs Hall
  • Stone Stage
  • Wallenberg Center
  • Townhouses
  • Gibbs Hall
  • Goldie Paley House/Design Center
  • Ravenhill Mansion
  • Ravenhill Chapel
  • Fortess Hall
  • Mott Hall
  • Partridge Hall
  • Weber Hall
  • Ravenhill Dining Hall
  • Ronson Hall
  • Smith House
  • White Corners
  • Gutman Library
  • Roxboro House
  • Independence Plaza
  • Tuttleman Center
  • Kanbar Campus Center
  • Gallagher Athletic Center
  • SEED Center
  • Field DEC Center
  • Ronson Health and Applied Science Center

Publication Date

8-19-2019

City

Philadelphia

Keywords

East Falls campus, Thomas Jefferson University, Robert J. Reichlin House, White House, Hayward Hall, Hesslein Library, Student Services Center, Scholler Hall, Althouse Hall, Softball Field, Search Hall, Pastore Library, Architecture and Design Center, Roseneath Farm, President's House, Lankenau School, Archer Hall, Downs Hall, Stone Stage, Wallenberg Center, Townhouses, Gibbs Hall, Goldie Paley House, Design Center, Ravenhill Mansion, Ravenhill Chapel, Fortess Hall, Mott Hall, Partridge Hall, Weber Hall, Ravenhill Dining Hall, Ronson Hall, Smith House, White Corners, Gutman Library, Roxboro House, Independence Plaza, Tuttleman Center, Kanbar Campus Center, Gallagher Athletic Center, SEED Center, Field DEC Center, Ronson Health and Applied Science Center

Disciplines

Fiber, Textile, and Weaving Arts | Oral History | United States History

Comments

DISCLAIMER: These oral histories express the personal views, memories, and opinions of the interviewee. They do not represent the policy, views, or official history of Thomas Jefferson University.

Building History of the East Falls Campus

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