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Alexander Hall

The first building of Seattle Seminary, which would later become Seattle Pacific University, was completed by Seattle architect John Parkinson in 1893. Nicknamed the "Red Brick Building," Alexander Hall has become a recognized symbol of SPU and its rich history.

On May 15, there will be a public hearing in front of the Seattle Department of Neighborhood's Landmarks Preservation Board to determine whether Alexander Hall should be nominated as a City of Seattle Landmark. Find out more information online.

You can also send comments to Landmarks Preservation Board Coordinator Erin Doherty at erin.doherty@seattle.gov

 

Posted: Sunday, May 12, 2013

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