Pioneer Hall

Pioneer Hall may refer to:

in the United States

(by state)

  • Pioneer Hall (Oregon), a building on the campus of Linfield College in McMinnville, Oregon, listed on the NRHP in Oregon
  • Pioneer Hall (Pleasant Hill, Tennessee), listed on the NRHP in Tennessee
  • Pioneer Hall (Seattle, Washington), listed on the NRHP in King County, Washington

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Pioneer Hall (Oregon)
... Pioneer Hall is the oldest building at Linfield College in McMinnville, Oregon, United States ... the National Register of Historic Places in 1978 as Pioneer Hall, Linfield College ... Part of the hall serves as residences and part as classrooms ...
Lake Creek, Oregon - Pioneer Hall
... The Lake Creek Pioneer Hall was established in 1990 in the former Community Hall building ...

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