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Classes were held in the mansion until 1829 when it was demolished. Architect [[William Strickland (architect)|William Strickland]] designed twin buildings on the same site, College Hall<ref>The "College Hall" on the 9th Street campus was the second of three Penn buildings named "College Hall", the first (the one that served as temporary, for 10 days, Capitol of United States) being located on the original campus at 4th and Arch Streets)</ref> and Medical Hall (both 1829–1830), which formed the core of the Ninth Street Campus until Penn's move to West Philadelphia in the 1870s.
Classes were held in the mansion until 1829 when it was demolished. Architect [[William Strickland (architect)|William Strickland]] designed twin buildings on the same site, College Hall<ref>The "College Hall" on the 9th Street campus was the second of three Penn buildings named "College Hall", the first (the one that served as temporary, for 10 days, Capitol of United States) being located on the original campus at 4th and Arch Streets)</ref> and Medical Hall (both 1829–1830), which formed the core of the Ninth Street Campus until Penn's move to West Philadelphia in the 1870s.
[[File:University of Pennsylvania Medical Hall 1829 Ninth Street.jpg|thumb|left|Ninth Street Campus (above Chestnut Street) image of Medical Hall taken in 1872, just before Penn moved to West Philadelphia]]
[[File:University of Pennsylvania Medical Hall 1829 Ninth Street.jpg|thumb|left|Ninth Street Campus (above Chestnut Street) image of Medical Hall taken in 1872, just before Penn moved to West Philadelphia]]
[[File:University of Pennsylvania, Ninth Street, above Chesnut, by Bartlett & French 2.jpg|thumb|Ninth Street Campus (above Chestnut Street) in [[stereographic]] image: Medical Hall (left) and College Hall (right), both built 1829–1830]]
[[File:University of Pennsylvania Medical Hall and College Hall 1842.png|thumb|Ninth Street Campus (above Chestnut Street) in image painted in 1842 of Medical Hall (left) and College Hall (right), both built 1829–1830]]


===West Philadelphia campus===
===West Philadelphia campus===
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