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Elliott and Stoddard Halls are landmark dormitories on the campus of Miami Universitymarker in Oxfordmarker, Ohiomarker. They were listed in the National Register on April 3 1973. Originally known as North and South Halls, or North and South dormitories, Elliott and Stoddard are the two oldest structures on the Miami University campus. Built in 1828 (Elliott) and 1835 (Stoddard), they were designed in the Federal style and modeled after Connecticut Hallmarker at Yale Universitymarker. They are the two oldest college dormitories still in use in Ohio. The buildings are named for early Miami professors Charles Elliott and Orange Nash Stoddard.
Room where Phi Delta Theta was founded.
Phi Delta Theta Fraternity was founded in Elliott Hall in 1848. Phi Kappa Tau founders William H. Shideler and Clinton D. Boyd lived together in the same room in Elliott at the time of their fraternity's founding in 1906. Both buildings were rebuilt in 1937 with the assistance of the Public Works Administration.

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  • Educational Related Housing


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