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Stone Hall

Established 
1905
Current Use 

Stone is currently used to house 61 coed upper-class students.

History & Architecture

Stone Hall was originally built as a women's dorm, but was later converted to apartments for faculty and staff. The design is Jefferson Federal Revival style in brick and stone. The hall was named for Dr. Marsena Stone, second principal of the Young Ladies' Institute (1861-1869) and professor. Stone is currently used to house 61 coed upper-class students.

Fine Arts Quad
Living in Stone Hall is pretty much like living in an apartment in the heart of Granville. As one of the oldest and most architecturally unique residence halls on campus, it received a complete interior refresh in the summer of 2013.
Designer/Architect 
Richards, McCarty and Bulford of Columbus
Building Style 
Brick and stone in Jeffersonian Federal Revival style.
Photo of Stone Hall 1

Here are some classic views of Stone Hall: its early years at the turn of the 20th century, and in the 1940s when women moved out for a year to make room for sailors and marines.