Alpha Tau Omega House

Built in 1904-1905
Destroyed by fire in 1914

Brief History
This three-story chapter house was built for the Alpha Tau Omega fraternity on campus. It stood for less than ten years, being destroyed by a fire in 1914. It was rebuilt shortly after and still stands as the home of Gettysburg College's Eisenhower Institute. For a history of that building, click here

Timeline of Ownership
1. Joseph E. & Wible and P. M. Bikle, by 1887
2. Simon J. Diller, May 2, 1887
3. Heirs of Simon J. Diller
4. John A. Tawney, March 27, 1893
5. Martin Winter, June 14, 1893
6. W. L. Ammon, H. H. Jones, F. M. Bortner, and R. S. Cannon, April 2, 1903
7. Alpha Tau Omega Chapter House Association of Gettysburg, December 19, 1905

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