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    #ThinkDoLead: 103 Years Of Amazing Architecture

    On April 5, 2014, Connecticut College celebrated its 103rd birthday and the Inauguration of Katherine Bergeron as the College's 11th President. Here's a crash course in the history of some of the College's most interesting, iconic buildings.

    1. New London Hall (1914)

    2. Blackstone House (1914,) Plant House (1914) and Branford House (1919)

    3. Winthrop House (1916)

    4. Hillyer Hall, aka Tansill Theater (1917)

    5. Blaustein Humanities Center, formerly Palmer Library (1923)

    6. Knowlton House, originally Colonial House (1925)

    7. Fanning Hall (1930)

    8. Windham House (1933)

    9. Mary Harkness House (1934)

    10. Jane Addams House (1936) & Freeman House, originally 1937 House (1937)

    11. Buck Lodge (1938)

    12. Bill Hall (1939)

    13. Palmer Auditorium (1939)

    14. Smith House & Burdick House, originally East House (1940)

    15. Harkness Chapel (1940)

    16. Katharine Blunt House (1946)

    17. Warnshuis Infirmary (1951)

    18. Hale Laboratory (1954)

    19. Larrabee House (1957)

    20. College Center at Crozier-Williams (1959)

    21. The North Complex: Morrison, Wright, Lambdin, Park, Hamilton and Johnson (formerly Marshall) Houses (1962)

    22. Lazrus House (1964)

    23. Cummings Arts Center (1969)

    24. Charles E. Shain Library (1976)

    25. The Athletic Center: Dayton Arena (1980,) Luce Field House (1984,) Lott Natatorium (1992) and Higdon Fitness Center (2009)

    26. F.W. Olin Science Center (1995)