Talk:Refreshment Pavilion

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Pavillion or Pavilion? One or two ells?[edit]

Ninety-nine chances out of one hundred it's a typo. While the French is "pavillion", the English is clearly "pavilion". It's a simple structure at the side of a small pond -- no pretensions to being French. Can we agree to change the name and leave a redirect? While that discussion percolates, I'm going to move the article to Refreshment Pavillion (Milton, Massachusetts) (current spelling) because the present name is too generic.

Further (later) I note that the original NRHP application describes the building on page 4 as a "pavillion" (small p and two ells), so I strongly suspect that the writer misspelled it. . . . . Jim . . . . Jameslwoodward (talkcontribs) 22:21, 21 September 2009 (UTC)

No objections from me. Swampyank (talk) 21:29, 21 September 2009 (UTC)