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Winchester University was established in 1826 and initially provided higher-level education for white settlers.
- The dormitories for the students are named after jazz composers and instrumentalists.
- Armstrong-Parker is named after musicians Louis Armstrong and Charlie Parker, Jr.
- Bechet is named after musician Sidney Bechet.
- Blakey is named after musician Art Blakey.
- Davis is named after an American jazz trumpeter Leonard Davis.
- Webster is named after an American jazz instrumentalist Webster Young.
|Winchester University Campus|
|University Dormitories||Armstrong-Parker House • Bechet House • Blakey Graduate House • Davis House • Garmin House • Webster House|
|Other Locations||White Residence|
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