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Alumni Memorial Building

Architect: Visscher & Burley
Patrons: Lehigh Alumni Association
Dates: 1922-1924/1925, Dedicated 1926, North Wing Remodeled 1958-1959
Type: Academic, Administrative
Nickname: Alumni
In Honor of Lehigh Alumni who died in World War I

Armory, Bethlehem

The Armory was built in 1930, in Art Deco style. It has been unoccupied since 2010, and has been the subject of redevelopment studies, generally for residential uses. The building was placed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1991. 

Astronomical Observatory

Architect: ---
Patron: Robert H. Sayre
Dates: 1868-1869
Type: Academic
Nickname: Observatory
Name Variations: Sayre Building, Sayre Observatory

Bethlehem Steel Soccer Team

Photograph of team ca. 1930s.

Photo contributed by Rudy Garcia.

Broughal Middle School

The original Broughal Middle School was designed by A.W. Leh. It was built on the corner of Packer Avenue and Brodhead Avenue between 1915 and 1916 and served as the South Side High School.

Butler Street

In 1965, Butler Street became part of the Packer Avenue Urban Renewal Project. The project demolished homes, schools, and businesses to allow for the expansion of the Lehigh University Campus. The Lost Neighborhood tour seeks to document locations lost to the Packer Avenue Urban Renewal Project.

Camel's Hump

This area was formerly known as Quaker Hill.  Circa 1920, Archibald Johnston purchased the property and renamed it Camel's Hump because of the appearance of the hill.

Campus Square/Farrington Square

Architect: Bohlin, Cywinski, Jackson

Dates: 2002 Type: Multipurpose, Academic

Carlton Avenue

506 Carlton Avenue.