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Churchill College Cambridge

History of Churchill College Cambridge

General information about Churchill College can be found on Wikipedia.

Churchill College was constructed by Rattee and Kett between 1961 and 1964. The foundation stone was laid in October 1961 and the first undergraduates came into residence in October 1962. In  June 1964 Rattee and Kett published an illustrated book depicting the construction process. These pictures come from this publication:



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