Hoods quiz - Nov. 16

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What year did the YMCA open its first dormitory building in Chicago?

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1916

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The first known Y dormitory was noted in 1867, when the Chicago YMCA had a 42-room dormitory in Farwell Hall

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The first known Y dormitory was noted in 1867, when the Chicago YMCA had a 42-room dormitory in Farwell Hall

The year was 1867.

Lawson House at Dearborn and Chicago?

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the year was 1890

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