A Look Back: Celebrating the Centennial of Donahue and Alumni Halls
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In 1905, Frederick Lothrop Ames and his wife moved into their new estate. The estate included a 2 1/2 story, fifty-five room Georgian style mansion house and a separate recreation building with an indoor marble swimming pool and clay tennis court. On the occasion of the building's centennial this publication was written to highlight the buildings and their use first by the Ames family and then as the first two buildings of Stonehill College.
Stonehill, history, Ames, Donahue, Alumni Hall, Ames gym, Ames Lothrop
Casper, Nicole, "A Look Back: Celebrating the Centennial of Donahue and Alumni Halls" (2005). Stonehill College History. 2.