Janitor's House

Built in 1860
Demolished in 1928

Brief History
This building was originally the campus washhouse, and was greatly expanded in 1860 into a two-story brick residence for the college Janitor and his family. During the Civil War, John Hopkins (a free black man) and his family lived in this house. They filed a claim for damages done to the property during the Battle of Gettysburg. The janitor's house stood until 1928 when it was removed to make more room on campus.

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Research by Andrew I. Dalton and Timothy H. Smith, Adams County Historical Society.