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Harkness International Hall

[photo of Harkness Hall]

Built in 1969, Harkness International Hall is a residence building for upper-year Canadian and international students. It is located on Earl Street, near the intersection with Alfred Street.

Harkness Hall was originally intended to house men only, but it became co-ed in 1987. It has room for about 100 students.

It is named in honour of R.D. Harkness, a chair of Queen's Board of Trustees in the 1960s.

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Kingston, Ontario, Canada. K7L 3N6. 613.533.2000