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Why should the beautiful die?

National Union Fire Insurance Company Building, Oakland

Thackeray Hall

This severely classical building was built in about 1925 to a design by architect Abram Garfield, the son of martyred president James A. Garfield, and it looks as though nothing could possibly set fire to it. It passed into the hands of the University of Pittsburgh in 1968, and is now known as Thackeray Hall.

Thackeray Hall

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