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Harlan Hall, Marin Junior College (today's College of Marin), Kentfield, Marin County, California, circa 1929. The mission-style Harlan Hall, with its distinctive bell tower, was completed in December, 1929. It was named after attorney and former California State Assemblyman, George H. Harlan. It was torn down in 1969 to make way for the larger, Harlan Center.