Bethune Cookman College Historic District
BCU Curtis Hall, Daytona Beach, FL. ( Bethune Cookman University) Constructed through the generosity of Flora Curtis, a wealthy benefactor who wintered in Daytona Beach until her death in 1920, ground was broken for this residence hall in 1922. The oldest dormitory houses approximately 111 female students. All rooms are air-conditioned and are wired for internet, cable television and telephone ports.
Contributing Building - Bethune Cookman College Historic District - National Register of Historic Places NRIS 96000298
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