Hannibal Hannibal Hamlin Hall was built as a men's dormitory. Built in 1909-10 and has served as a place for habitation, military and education. It was named for Hannibal Hamlin, the first president of the Board of Trustees, and President Abraham Lincoln's first vice-president.
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Dormitory, Hannibal Hamlin Hall.