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Hersey House Goes Down

By Jody Record, Campus Journal Editor
August 25, 2010

The first building to be demolished on the future site of the Peter T. Paul College of Business and Economics was torn this week. Hersey House was obtained by the university in 1971 from New Hampshire architect Irving Hersey. It was most recently used as labs for the psychology department.

Grant House, Schofield House and Verrette House, located on Garrison Avenue near Hersey, also will be torn down to make way for the school, planned to accommodate an estimated 2,500 students.

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