• Created Date
  • 1911
  • Description
  • A postcard of Boynton Hall at the Worcester Polytechnic Institute in Worcester, Massachusetts. The Washburn Shops, also built in 1868, is shown in the distance. Completed in 1868, Boynton Hall was one of the first buildings to be built at the school. The building was named for John Boynton, whose generous grant in 1865 established the school. Boynton Hall, designed by noted public building architect Stephen J. Earle, is believed to be one of t... more
    A postcard of Boynton Hall at the Worcester Polytechnic Institute in Worcester, Massachusetts. The Washburn Shops, also built in 1868, is shown in the distance. Completed in 1868, Boynton Hall was one of the first buildings to be built at the school. The building was named for John Boynton, whose generous grant in 1865 established the school. Boynton Hall, designed by noted public building architect Stephen J. Earle, is believed to be one of the first Gothic collegiate buildings in the United States. Is a part of the Worcester Polytechnic Institute History Collection. University Archives and Special Collections, Worcester Polytechnic Institute, George C. Gordon Library, Worcester, Massachusetts. http://www.wpi.edu/+library. less
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    Postcards
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