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Faunce House was originally named Rockefeller Hall when the west end of the present building was erected in 1904. This came about after John D. Rockefeller, Jr. 1897 wrote to the Corporation on January 6, 1902, “My father stands ready to erect, furnish and give to the corporation of Brown University, free of expense, a building to be devoted primarily to the social and religious uses of the students of the university. While this building shall always be under the absolute control of the
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