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The Nott Memorial Hall is located in Schenectady, New York and serves at the centrepiece of Union College. The building was dedicated to Eliphalet Nott, which explains the name. He was the president of Union for exactly 62 years. It was considered a National Historic Landmark in 1972 that was designed by Edward Tuckerman Potter who was an architect of churches and homes. He was also the grandson of President Nott as a matter of fact. They began building it around 1859 and it was completed year 1879. It is usually referred to as ?The Nott? by so many students and other people who always pass by there. They restored The Nott back to its original design in year 1993. It is a 16-sided stone masonry building that stands 102 feet high. Main floor is where meeting are usually held and can take around 400 people. As for the second and third levels, they have placed a gallery and made it as an informal meeting place for the benefit of the students.
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