Category:Hamilton Hall (Columbia University)

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English: Hamilton Hall , on the Morningside Heights campus of Columbia University on College Walk (116th Street) at 1130 Amsterdam Avenue, was built in 1905-1907 and was designed by M<Kim, Mead & White; the building was part of the firm's original master plan for the campus. The hall is named after Columbia alumnus Alexander Hamilton, a statue of whom by William Ordway Partridge stands outside the building entrance. Hamilton Hall is the location of the Columbia College administrative offices. (Sources: Columbia facilities and "Hamilton Hall")