Reed Hall, 2001
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A photograph of the front exterior of Springfield College dormitory, Reed Hall, taken in 2001. International Hall is shown on the right. Construction began on David Allen Reed Hall on August 1st, 1961 and was completed on September 1st, 1962. The dedication took place on October 20th, 1962. The building was originally to be named Massasoit Hall, but was changed to Reed Hall on June 10th, 1961, when the trustees decided that the last dormitory constructed in the tri-pod of dormitories should be named after the College’s founder in order to allow time to collect proper funds in his name. Reed Hall was originally built as a men’s dormitory housing 155 students but today the building houses freshmen.
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