Measures 7 ¾ x ¾ x 4 ½ Back Reads: Anthony Memorial Hall, the most prominent building on Camp Hill, played a role both in U.S. Armory history as the armory superintendent’s home, and in the Civil War as the Commanding Officer’s Headquarters. In 1882 it was the main hall for Storer College, established in 1867 for the education of freed slaves. It was home to the library, chapel, music rooms and science laboratory for attending students. In 1906, it was the site of the Niagara Movement conference, the cornerstone of the modern civil rights era. Today the tradition of education on this historic campus continues, as Anthony Hall is now the Stephen T. Mather Training Center, operated by the National Park Service.