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Quinby House was designed by noted architect John Calvin Stevens in the 1900s. Anderson calls the style presciently modern, although it was built in 1900-1903. John Calvin Stevens' career began in Portland, Maine, in the office of Francis Fassett, Architect of Adams Hall at Bowdoin.
Formerly the Psi Upsilon House, Quinby is now a student residence house and is one of the only remaining shingle-style houses in the area. This renovation received two awards from Architectural Portfolio 2001: one for the interior and one for the exterior for Education Design Excellence in an American School & University.