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President's House (Bldg. E1)
A symmetrically curved driveway imparts a graceful note to the two-story stone structure. Four fluted Corinthian pilasters divide the building's tripartite main body, whose reception rooms are clearly distinguished by the generous proportions on the ground floor. A single entablature marks the height of the classical building, with its slightly projecting entry facade. Tennis courts adjoin the house.
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