Victoria Hall (Pittsburgh)
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Victoria Hall (also known as Ursuline Academy, as well as the Lynch House) at 201 South Winebiddle Street in the Bloomfield neighborhood of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, was built for Henry J. Lynch in the late 1860s. It was acquired by the Ursuline Sisters in 1894 and used as a Catholic girls' school, the Ursuline Academy for Young Women from 1895 to 1981. The school building was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 2012.
The original architect of this Second Empire style house was possibly Isaac Hobbs, the architect of the Dollar Savings Bank on Fourth Avenue in Pittsburgh. Hobbs and Henry J. Lynch worked closely together when Lynch sat on the bank's board of directors from 1864 to 1906. The house was added to the List of City of Pittsburgh historic designations on August 20, 1982,〔 and the List of Pittsburgh History and Landmarks Foundation Historic Landmarks in 1984.〔
The mansion has 21 rooms, stained-glass windows, 14-foot-high tin ceilings and carved corbels.〔
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