Historic LDS Architecture
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Thursday, January 1, 2015
BYU: George H. Brimhall Building
Originally built as a one-story home for vocational training, the Brimhall building had 2 floors added in 1935.
(Image Source: BYU Archives)
The exterior looks like it could be...cleaned up a bit. The best architectural elements are the decorative carvings above the door and at the top of the building.
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