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Fayerweather House was built in 1852 by Julian Sturtevant, Illinois College's first instructor and its second president. The building was one of the first frame homes constructed in Jacksonville. It is named for Elizabeth Fayerweather Sturtevant, a pioneer who came to Illinois from New England following her marriage to Julian Sturtevant in the 1820s. The building was acquired by Illinois College in 1929 and placed into service as a residence hall for women in 1933. It was refurbished and reopened in 1970 as an Honor Dormitory for women. Approximately 18 women currently reside in the building.
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