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Old Library, Millersville University (Millersville State Normal School)
The library has been adapted to an Executive Center but its central mass is derived from H. H. Richardson's New England libraries as evidenced by the great arch carried on clusters of small columns at the entrance and the simply detailed wings that form a T-plan. Warner may also have designed the adjacent Dutcher Hall (1890) that is made memorable by the sculptural slated dormers. The Model School and School of Practice (1900) across George Street has the industrial look of Philadelphia schools.
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