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Documentary to mark the 100th year that the Brothers of Delta Phi Fraternity, the Cornell University chapter, have inhabited the Ezra Cornell family's "Gothic Villa." The villa and Delta Phi are known now as Llenroc--Cornell spelled backwards--a name used for the limestone quarried as building material taken from west of Libe Slope. This historically significant house, with a spectacular view of Lake Cayuga situated at 100 Cornell Avenue, is part of the National Register of Historic Places. The residence was purchased by the fraternity in 1911 from Cornell's two daughters, Mary and Emma. The mansion was completed after their father Ezra died in 1875. Produced by Phil ('62, B.Arch. '64) and Maddy ('65) Handler, Fly on the Wall Productions.