Warner Hall

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Begun at the time of the College Centennial and completed in 1901 according to the designs of York and Sawyer of New York City, Warner Hall was the gift of alumnus Ezra J. Warner Class 1861.

Faced with blue and white marble from the Columbian Marble Company of Rutland, it was a structure up-to-date for its high ceilings, large windows, and lecture hemicycle, and for its use of classical architectural details on an educational building under the inspiration of the Beaux-Arts and City Beautiful movements at the turn of the century.