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1891: Chemical Laboratory (Aaron Burr Hall)

View from northwest (photo circa 1893)

View from northwest (photo circa 1893)

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Source: Princeton University Archives, Mudd Library, Gronds & Buildings, Box 1

Aron Burr Hall, named in 1977 for Princeton's second president, occupies the southeast corner of Washington Road and Nassau Street. Built in 1891 as a chemical laboratory, it later housed the Department of Chemical Engineering and is now the home of the Department of Anthropology.

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