The former Alvah Strong Hall, Rochester Theological Seminary, on the corner of East Avenue and Alexander Street in Downtown Rochester, NY. 
Circa 1908. 

Originally known as Trevor Hall, and part of the Rochester Theological Seminary campus, the center section of the building was constructed in 1869. By 1907, the two wings were added, to what would known as Alvah Strong Hall, designed by J. Foster Warner and dedicated by his son, Henry A. Strong. The campus dormitories would later be converted into apartments in the late 1940's, known as the Alexandrian Apartments. In 2014, they were once again revived as the 300 Alexander Apartments.

Present-day view would be from Alexander Street, click here.

Alvah Strong Hall, Rochester Theological Seminary, Rochester, N.Y.

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