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Campus of Radcliffe College
In 1937, this was exclusively a woman’s college. The architecture here matches some of Harvard’s architecture (it’s primarily Georgian, in case you want to know), but according to the 1937 book it has been “tempered with a strain of refinement—especially in interior work—which distinguishes and feminizes” the buildings. 

Campus of Radcliffe College

In 1937, this was exclusively a woman’s college. The architecture here matches some of Harvard’s architecture (it’s primarily Georgian, in case you want to know), but according to the 1937 book it has been “tempered with a strain of refinement—especially in interior work—which distinguishes and feminizes” the buildings. 

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