Fisk Hall
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Fisk Hall

Completed in 1900-02 and named after Pliny Fisk, an early American missionary who arrived at Beirut July 10, 1823 and died two years later. It was the headquaters of the School of Commerce at one time, and later was used mainly for men's dormitories.

The Hall was remodeled in 1960 and is presently used for classes and offices of some departments of the School of Arts and Sciences.

Created by the Digital Documentation Center at AUB in collaboration with Al Mashriq of Høgskolen i Østfold, Norway.

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