Clio Hall Princeton University

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2015-05-07

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Clio Hall, originally the home of the Cliosophic Society, was built in 1893 at the same time as its identical neighbor, Whig Hall. After the Cliosophic Society merged with the American Whig Society in 1929 to form what is commonly known as Whig-Clio, Clio was used for a variety of purposes and became for a time the home of the Department of Music. In 1963, on the completion of the Woolworth Center for Musical Studies, the building's interior was renovated, and it has since been used by Personnel Services and later also by Career Services.

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Clio Hall Princeton University, The Cliosophic Society, Debating Societies, Greek Temple, Cannon Green, Princeton University, Princeton, The Ivy League, Princeton New Jersey, Mercer County, New Jersey, NJ, The Delaware Region, The Garden State

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