—dedication in Lakeside Lounge in which all of the dormitory’s new residence attended College’s new expansion program. The new dormitory held 117 girls, 5 counselors, and Mrs.
women’s dormitory, until 1964, when it
For one year Lakeside Hall was used as a men’s dormitory, eventually becomes an all men’s dormitory for a period of time; however, the dorm functioned as both a men and women’s dormitory throughout Spriand women’s dormitory throughout Springfield College history. The collection includes general women’s to a men’s dormitory written in 1964. –
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