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Syracuse University – Comstock Tract buildings

 

Syracuse University – Comstock Tract buildings

Syracuse University-Comstock Tract buildings
Hendricks Chapel on the Quad
Location Syracuse University campus, Syracuse, New York
Built 1887
Architect Multiple
Architectural style Classical Revival, Renaissance, Romanesque
Governing body Private
NRHP Reference # 80004279[1]
Added to NRHP July 22, 1980

The Comstock Tract buildings of Syracuse University were listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1980.[1]

Included in the registration are 15 buildings, all located on the original Syracuse University campus, a tract of land donated by George Comstock. The buildings include what has been known as the "Old Row". [2] The 15 buildings are:

  • Archbold Gymnasium (1907)
  • Bowne Hall (1907)
  • Carnegie Library (1907)
  • Crouse College (1884) (separately listed NRHP 7/30/1974)
  • Hendricks Memorial Chapel (1933)
  • Hall of Languages (1873) (separately listed NRHP 9/20/1973)
  • Holden Observatory (1887)
  • Maxwell School of Citizenship (1937)
  • Lyman C. Smith Hall (1902)
  • Lyman Hall of Natural History (1907)
  • Machinery Hall (1907)
  • Sims Hall (1907)
  • Slocum Hall (1919)
  • Steele Hall (1898)
  • Tolley Administration Building (1889)

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