Penn Hall was designed by A. T. Simons in the Prairie School of architecture. This influence is pronounced in the central tower and the two secondary entrances that flank it. Protruding from the facade, these elements feature windows set between brick columns, surmounted by stone capitals, horizontal trim work and name plaques. The west end holds the Natural Sciences and the east end Arts and Literature. The central portion houses administration.
William Penn University. Wilcox Library Archives
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