History of the Campuses and Buildings of the University of Rochester
United States Hotel Prince Street Campus Eastman School of Music Medical Center River Campus Mid-Campus South Campus Mt. Hope Campus Graduate, Family and Veteran Housing Central Utilities Other Off-Site Buildings
Graduate, Family and Veteran Housing

The University of Rochester has had a variety of housing for graduate students, families, and veterans, plus a barracks built for Army training students during World War 1.

1918 SATC Barracks

1946 University Village Apartments

1946 Veteran Dormitories

1947 University Park Apartments

1972 Goler House

1968 Whipple Park Apartments 

1970 Footprints : the story of Rochester Management, Inc. 
Pages 16-17:  Chapter VI:  The Expanding University

1977 History of the University of Rochester, 1850-1962, by Arthur J. May.  Expanded edition with notes
Chapter 30, Education for Victory
Civilians who were not residents of Rochester had to find living facilities in private homes, except, that is for a set of graduate students who occupied the top floor of Dewey Hall where bunks were sandwiched in between museum skeletons

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