Dickens Hall

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Bluemont Bell and Dickens Hall

Dickens Hall is a historical building at Kansas State University in Manhattan, Kansas. It currently houses the departments of Statistics [1] and Philosophy [2] and the Statistical Laboratory.

Dickens Hall was built before 1907 and was originally used by the Departments of Horticulture, Botany and Plant Pathology. Located north of the building were greenhouses that have since been demolished. These departments were relocated when Throckmorton Hall was completed. This building was named for Albert Dickens, who served the Department of Horticulture from 1899 to 1930.

"Horticultural Hall, from a 1907 postcard

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Coordinates: 39°11′25.8″N 96°34′45.5″W / 39.190500°N 96.579306°W / 39.190500; -96.579306