|This sign tells the story of Linden Hall.|
It sits in front of Mary Dixon Chapel.
|Looking west toward the chapel. The building in the|
foreground is part of the performing arts wing.
|The main entrance into Linden Hall.|
|Some of the dormitories which sit next to the chapel.|
|Another view of the beautiful campus.|
|A beautiful fountain with statues of Dante and Tasso.|
|Visitors are greeted to the campus and the chapel with this sign and street name.|
|I assume this is the mascot of the school.|
|One of many streetlights which carry banners.|
|This is the physical education building.|
|The indoor stable.|
|Outdoor stable and grazing area.|
This 1996 medal was struck to recognize the country's oldest college preparatory school for girls which is located in Lititz, PA. This medal is part of the Lancaster Coin Club's Collection.
|Oh, the tales this door knob on the chapel could tell! Can you imagine who might have turned it since 1746 to enter into the chapel.|