Edgeplain, also known as the Arthur House, is a historic building used as a dormitory on the Colorado College campus of Colorado Springs, Colorado. It is on the National Register of Historic Places. Arthur House, now a small dormitory on the Colorado College campus, was home to Chester Alan Arthur II, son of President Chester A. Arthur. It was first built by Lyman Bass, a successful attorney who partnered with Grover Cleveland and worked for William Jackson Palmer's Denver and Rio Grande Railroad.

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  • Edgeplain, also known as the Arthur House, is a historic building used as a dormitory on the Colorado College campus of Colorado Springs, Colorado. It is on the National Register of Historic Places. Arthur House, now a small dormitory on the Colorado College campus, was home to Chester Alan Arthur II, son of President Chester A. Arthur. It was first built by Lyman Bass, a successful attorney who partnered with Grover Cleveland and worked for William Jackson Palmer's Denver and Rio Grande Railroad. (en)
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  • Edgeplain, also known as the Arthur House, is a historic building used as a dormitory on the Colorado College campus of Colorado Springs, Colorado. It is on the National Register of Historic Places. Arthur House, now a small dormitory on the Colorado College campus, was home to Chester Alan Arthur II, son of President Chester A. Arthur. It was first built by Lyman Bass, a successful attorney who partnered with Grover Cleveland and worked for William Jackson Palmer's Denver and Rio Grande Railroad. (en)
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