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Ben M. Cherrington Hall (Denver, Colo.)

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Universiy of Denver. 2201 South Gaylord Street, Denver, Colorado 80208. Commonly called Cherrington Hall. Date built: 1965. Renovation date: 2002. Gross Square Feet: 30,308. Named for Ben Mark Cherrington, University of Denver chancellor from November 1943 to February 1946. Houses the Josef Korbel School of International Studies (2008- ) formerly known as the Graduate School of International Studies (1964-2007). Two additions, the Sié Chéou-Kang Center for International Security and Diplomacy and the Frederick S. Pardee Pavilion, were made to the building in 2009.

Found in 207 Collections and/or Records:

Aerial View of University of Denver Campus

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Identifier: U201.01.0118.00003
Overview Color photograph mounted on posterboard. The photograph depicts the University of Denver campus, including Mary Reed Hall, University Hall, Iliff School of Theology, Science Hall, Ben M. Cherrington Hall, and residence halls, looking west.

Aerial View of University Park Campus, between 1973-1983

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Identifier: U201.01.0033.0020.00005
Overview Aerial view of a portion of the University Park Campus of the University of Denver in Denver, Colorado. The bird's eye view looking northeast includes Aspen Hall, Cherrington Hall, Evans Chapel, the Humanities Gardens, Mary Reed Building, Carnegie Hall, Science Hall, Penrose Library, Buchtel Chapel, University Hall, Margery Reed Hall, and I-25 in the background.

Ben M. Cherrington Hall, circa 1960s

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Identifier: U201.01.0412.00026
Overview View from behind two men on the walkway amongst the columns of Ben Cherrington Hall on the University of Denver campus.

Ben M. Cherrington Hall, circa 1960s

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Identifier: U201.01.0412.00027
Overview View from behind two men on the walkway amongst the columns of Ben Cherrington Hall on the University of Denver campus.

Student Protesters in Front of Cherrington Hall, 1969 February 21

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Identifier: U201.01.0132.0004.00007.00002
Overview Black and white contact sheet image of students sitting on the lawn in the Harper Humanities Gardens in front of Ben M. Cherrington during a student demonstration at the University of Denver.

The Denver Clarion, vol. 71, issue 13, 1966 November 1

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Identifier: clarion_v071i13_19661101
Overview Frosh Election – Richardson Emerges Victor. Rusk to Speak, Help Dedicate Cherrington Hall on Nov 14. Viet Nam Controversy – Housewife, Candidate Debate Policy. Social Science Foundation 40 Years Old.

The Denver Clarion, vol. 77, issue 65, 1973 March 28

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Identifier: clarion_v077i65_19730328
Overview Congress may continue air travel youth fares. Ben Cherrington being renovated. Enrollment drop expected next year. Student government positions now open.

University of Denver Ben M. Cherrington Hall, 2006 May 24

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Identifier: U116.01.0001.00025
Overview Exterior view of University of Denver Ben M. Cherrington Hall on the DU campus in Denver, Colorado, taken on May 24, 2006.

University of Denver Campus, between 1980-1999

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Identifier: U201.01.0029.0022.00016
Overview Bird's-eye view of the University Park Campus of the University of Denver in Denver, Colorado. The view is taken from slightly to the southeast and extends south to Iliff Avenue, north to I-25, east to University Boulevard, and west to High Street, including Cherrington Hall, the Iliff School of Theology, University Hall, Mary Reed Building, Margery Reed Hall, Buchtel Chapel, Penrose Library, Science Hall, Driscoll Student Center, Sturm Hall, University of Denver Stadium, Field House Arena, and...

University of Denver Cherrington Hall, between 1966-2005

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Identifier: U201.01.0017.0005.00009
Overview Exterior view, from the east, of Ben M. Cherrington Hall on the campus of the University of Denver in Denver, CO, with Mount Evans visible in the background. Cherrington Hall was built in 1966 to house the Graduate School of International Studies (GSIS) and is an example of International Style architecture. Local Denver architect Edwin A. Francis was selected for the design of the building, which was built by the Pinkard Construction Company. Perkins and Will Architects took over the project...