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Graves Hall Restoration Photo Gallery

One of Hope College's oldest and most distinctive buildings has been brought into the modern era while at the same time returned to its original glory in an "adaptive restoration".

Graves Hall Restoration Information Website

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Graves Hall Time Capsule Placed
April 14, 2009
Contents determined by Joint Archives of Holland
  • Message from President James E. Bultman
  • 2008-2009 Hope College Catalogue
  • Copy of Graves Hall dedication program, October 12, 1892
  • Hope College by John de Visser, 1991 (125th Anniversary book)
  • Joint Archives of Holland Quarterly newsletter article about Graves Hall, "Step Forward for Hope College: Building Graves Hall and Winants Chapel", by Dr. Elton J. Bruins, Spring 2007.
  • The Anchor, March 4, 2009 (Volume 122, Number 16)
  • The News from Hope College, December 2008
  • Hope College promotional brochure, 2008
  • Photograph of Dr. James E. Bultman, 11th president of Hope College, 2008
  • Photograph of Hope College Board of Trustees members, 2008
  • College medallion awarded to faculty with 25 years service
  • "Hope College Graves Hall Renovation, Holland, Michigan" plans by Fishbeck, Thompson, Carr & Huber, Inc., Grand Rapids, Michigan, May 12, 2008

    The time capsule rests behind the Graves Hall Cornerstone

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