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Vassar College in Poughkeepsie, New York, has some buildings.

Extant buildings[edit]

Image Building Architect Completed Usage Notes Sources
ALANA Center, February 2014.jpg ALANA Center Jeh Johnson 1993 Student space Formerly called the Intercultural Center. [1][2]
Alumnae House, Vassar College, November 2014.jpg Alumnae House Hunt & Hunt 1924 Alumnae/i space Underwent general renovation by Linda Yowell between 1999 and 2003. [3][4]
Athletics and Fitness Center.JPG Athletics and Fitness Center Cannon Associates 2000 Athletics [5]
Baldwin Infirmary, February 2014.jpg Baldwin Infirmary Faulkner & Kingsbury 1940 Medical services
Administration
Formerly called Baldwin House. [6][7]
Bayit, Vassar College, May 2017.jpg Bayit
Blodgett Hall, November 2014.jpg Blodgett Hall York & Sawyer 1928 Classrooms Addition constructed by Cannon Associates in 1998. [8]
Bridge for Laboratory Sciences exterior west, March 2016.jpg Bridge for Laboratory Sciences Ennead Architects 2016 Classrooms, laboratory space [9][10]
Buildings and Grounds Service Center, Vassar College, February 2015.jpg Buildings and Grounds Services Center Einhorn, Yaffee, and Prescott 1991 Administration [11]
Vassar Chapel.jpg Chapel Shepley, Rutan and Coolidge 1904 Religious services [12]
Chicago Hall, March 2015.jpg Chicago Hall Schweikher and Elting 1959 Classrooms [13]
Class of 1951 Observatory 1, February 2015.jpg Class of 1951 Observatory Roth and Moore Architects 1997 Observatory [14]
Computer Center, Vassar College, September 2014.jpg Computer Center Roth and Moore Architects 1994 Computer services [1]
Cushing House Vassar College September 2013.JPG Cushing House Allen & Collens 1927 Housing Formerly called Cushing Hall. [11][15]
Davison House, Vassar College, August 2014.jpg Davison House Allen & Vance 1902 Housing [16]
Dexter M. Ferry Cooperative House, October 2014.jpg Dexter M. Ferry Cooperative House Marcel Breuer 1951 Housing [17]
Doubleday Art Studio, May 2015.jpg Doubleday Studio Art Building Roth and Moore Architects 1994 Classrooms [1]
Ely Hall, April 2015.jpg Ely Hall William Tubby 1889 Classrooms Formerly called the Alumnae Gymnasium. Ely Hall underwent expansion by William Downing in 1906 and renovation by Olson Lewis Architects & Planners, Inc. in 1994. [18]
Vassar-gallery-5.jpg Frances Lehman Loeb Art Center César Pelli 1993 Art gallery [19]
Jewett House, Vassar College, August 2014.jpg Jewett House Pilcher & Tachau 1907 Housing Formerly called North Residence. Jewett House underwent renovation by Herbert S. Newman & Partners in 2003. [20]
Josselyn House, April 2015.jpg Josselyn House Allen & Collens 1912 Housing [21]
Kautz House, October 2014.jpg Kautz Admission House Pilcher & Tachau 1908 Admissions Formerly called the Goodfellowship Clubhouse and the Maid's Clubhouse. Kautz Admission House underwent renovation by Linda Yowell in 1995. [22][23]
Kendrick House, March 2016.jpg Kendrick House
Kenyon Hall, Vassar College, August 2014.jpg Kenyon Hall Allen & Collens 1933 Classrooms
Athletics
Underwent renovation by Gluckman Mayner Architects in 2002. [15]
Lathrop House, Vassar, May 2014.jpg Lathrop House Allen & Vance 1901 Housing [16]
Main 4.JPG Main Building James Renwick, Jr. 1865 Housing
Administration
Dining
Main Building has undergone numerous expansions and partial renovations. In the 1800s, it was expanded to include an eating facility (1872) by James S. Post and the Thompson Annex was added in 1893 by Francis R. Allen. In the 1900s, an eating facility reconstruction by Allen & Collens took place in 1918, the first floor was remodeled in 1937 by John McAndrew, a renovation that included the removal of Thompson Annex occurred in 1959 by Goldstone & Dearborn, the College Center was erected in 1974—1975 by Jean Paul Carlhian and Shepley Bulfinch Richardson and Abbott, and the first floor was once again renovated in 1996 by César Pelli. In 2001, Sloan Architects, PC led a renovation of the College Center. Main Building is listed on the NRHP and recognized as a National Historic Landmark. [24][25][26]
Metcalf , Vassar College, August 2014.jpg Metcalf House York & Sawyer 1914 Medical services [27]
New England Building, November 2014.jpg New England Building York & Sawyer 1901 Classrooms Underwent construction of an addition by York & Sawyer in 1919, renovation by Liscum McCormack VanVoorhis in 2001, and renovation in 2014 by Ennead Architects. [28][29]
New Hackensack building, August 2015.jpg New Hackensack Building William E. Gindele & Jeh Johnson 1963 Classrooms
Administration
New Hackensack began as the Poughkeepsie Day School on land rented from the college. The Day School ended their lease in the late 1990s and the college took control of the building. It was renovated in the early 2000s and has also been called Rombout Hall. [30][31][32][33]
NoyesHouse.jpg Noyes House Eero Saarinen & Associates 1958 Housing Underwent parlor renovation by Leonard Parker Associates in 2000. [34]
Vassar College Observatory, March 2014.jpg Observatory
Old Laundry Building, March 2016.jpg Old Laundry Building
Olmsted Hall, April 2015.jpg Olmsted Hall for the Biological Sciences
Powerhouse Theater, September 2014.jpg Powerhouse Theater Robertson Wood Jr. 1973 Theater [1]
Raymond House, Vassar.jpg Raymond House Francis R. Allen 1897 Housing [16]
Rockefeller Hall (Vassar College).jpg Rockefeller Hall York and Sawyer 1897 Classrooms Underwent enlargements in 1916 and 1940. [35]
Rombout House exterior, 2013.JPG Rombout House
Pratt House, Vassar College, August 2014.jpg Pratt House
President's House, Vassar College, March 2016.jpg President's House
Priscilla Bullitt Collins Field Station, November 2015.jpg Priscilla Bullitt Collins Field Station
Sanders Classroom, November 2014.jpg Sanders Classrooms
Sanders Physics, November 2014.jpg Sanders Physics
Mudd Hall Vassar College.jpg Seeley G. Mudd Chemistry Building
Skinner Hall of Music, October 2015.jpg Skinner Hall of Music
South Commons, November 2015.jpg South Commons
Strong-house-vassar-2.jpg Strong House
Students' Building, April 2015.jpg Students' Building McKim, Mead & White 1913 Dining
Student space
Underwent renovations in 1973 by Walker O. Cain and Associates and in 2003 by Finegold Alexander + Associates Inc. [36]
Susan Stein Shiva Theater, April 2016.jpg Susan Stein Shiva Theater
Swift Hall , Vassar College, August 2014.jpg Swift Hall York & Sawyer 1900 Classrooms Underwent remodeling in 1941. [27]
Vassar10.jpg Taylor Hall Allen & Collens 1915 Classrooms [37]
Terrace Apartments, September 2015.jpg Terrace Apartments Acorn House, Inc., Jean Paul Carlhian 1972 Housing Underwent renovations and construction of new units from 2002–2003 by Sloan Architects. [38]
Thompson Library External.jpg Thompson Memorial Library Allen & Collens 1905 Library Thompson has undergone several additions and renovations, beginning with Allen & Collens-designed wings in 1918. Van Ingen Hall, designed by Allen, Collens & Willis in 1937, was added in 1937 and renovated by Shepley and Bulfinch in 1963. The Helen Lockwood addition (Hellmuth, Obata and Kassabaum) was built in 1977 and the Martha Rivers and E. Bronson Ingram Library addition was constructed in 2001 by Hardy Holzman Pfeiffer Associates, who also renovated the original Allen & Collens section of the library the same year. [39]
Town Houses, Vassar College, May 2017.jpg Town Houses
Vassar13.jpg Vogelstein Center for Drama and Film César Pelli & Associates 2003 Theater
Classrooms
Maintained the facade of the demolished Avery Hall. [40]
Walker Field House.JPG Walker Field House Daniel F. Tully Associates 1982 Athletics Underwent renovation by Cannon Associates in 2000. [41]
Weinberg Field Sports Pavilion, August 2015.jpg Weinberg Field Sports Pavilion 2003 Athletics [42]
A three-story Tudor-style building stands before a green lawn on an overcast day. Williams House
Wimpfheimer Nursery School, May 2016.jpg Wimpfheimer Nursery School Allen & Collens 1927 Childcare [43]

Former buildings[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b c d Van Lengen & Reilly 2004, p. 117.
  2. ^ Daniels 1996, p. 90.
  3. ^ Van Lengen & Reilly 2004, p. 74.
  4. ^ "Alumnae House". Historic Campus Architecture Project. Council of Independent Colleges. November 2006. Retrieved February 1, 2014. 
  5. ^ Van Lengen & Reilly 2004, p. 125.
  6. ^ Van Lengen & Reilly 2004, pp. 114-115.
  7. ^ Daniels 1996, p. 88.
  8. ^ Van Lengen & Reilly 2004, p. 99.
  9. ^ Morgan, Jamie (December 11, 2013). "Vassar College – Integrated Science Center". Construction Today. Archived from the original on March 25, 2016. Retrieved March 25, 2016. 
  10. ^ Donohue, Eilis (September 23, 2015). "Bridge building seeks to unify sciences". The Miscellany News. Archived from the original on January 29, 2016. Retrieved March 25, 2016. 
  11. ^ a b Daniels 1996, p. 89.
  12. ^ "Vassar Chapel at Vassar" (PDF). Tiffany Landscape Windows. Hudson River Valley National Heritage Area. Archived from the original (PDF) on March 4, 2016. Retrieved February 2, 2014. 
  13. ^ Van Lengen & Reilly 2004, p. 72.
  14. ^ Van Lengen & Reilly 2004, p. 128.
  15. ^ a b Van Lengen & Reilly 2004, p. 94.
  16. ^ a b c Van Lengen & Reilly 2004, p. 81.
  17. ^ Kim, Dakota (Winter 2006). "Our House Is Bauhaus". Vassar: The Alumnae/i Quarterly. Archived from the original on August 17, 2015. Retrieved September 28, 2014. 
  18. ^ Van Lengen & Reilly 2004, p. 108.
  19. ^ "Frances Lehman Loeb Art Center (Vassar College)". Hudson River Valley National Heritage Area. 2012. Retrieved January 9, 2014. 
  20. ^ Van Lengen & Reilly 2004, p. 80.
  21. ^ Bruno & Daniels 2001, p. 47.
  22. ^ Van Lengen & Reilly 2004, p. 151.
  23. ^ Daniels 1987, p. 70.
  24. ^ Van Lengen & Reilly 2004, p. 46.
  25. ^ "Main Building, Vassar College". National Register of Historic Places. National Park Service. November 2, 2013. Retrieved July 25, 2015. 
  26. ^ "List of National Historic Landmarks by State: New York (269)" (PDF). National Historic Landmarks Program. National Park Service. p. 6. Archived from the original (PDF) on November 17, 2016. Retrieved July 25, 2015. 
  27. ^ a b Van Lengen & Reilly 2004, p. 113.
  28. ^ Van Lengen & Reilly 2004, p. 138.
  29. ^ Hertz, Larry (January 2015). "New England and Sanders Renovations Showcase the Old and New". Vassar: The Alumnae/i Quarterly. Vassar College. Archived from the original on March 20, 2016. Retrieved July 25, 2015. 
  30. ^ Howie, Hillis L. (October 1, 1964). "Day School on Campus". The Miscellany News. Retrieved April 16, 2017. 
  31. ^ Ruff, Veronika (April 17, 1998). "Master Planning expands parking". The Miscellany News. Retrieved April 16, 2017. 
  32. ^ Meece, Melissa (January 26, 2001). "Vacating Avery". The Miscellany News. Retrieved April 16, 2017. 
  33. ^ Cruz, Jon (April 12, 2002). "What's in a name? The mystery behind the old New Hackensack". The Miscellany News. Retrieved April 16, 2017. 
  34. ^ Van Lengen & Reilly 2004, p. 89.
  35. ^ Van Lengen & Reilly 2004, p. 70.
  36. ^ Van Lengen & Reilly 2004, p. 86.
  37. ^ Van Lengen & Reilly 2004, p. 61.
  38. ^ Van Lengen & Reilly 2004, p. 121.
  39. ^ Van Lengen & Reilly 2004, p. 64.
  40. ^ Van Lengen & Reilly 2004, pp. 144–147.
  41. ^ Van Lengen & Reilly 2004, p. 123.
  42. ^ "Weinberg Field Sports Pavilion". Vassar College Athletics. Vassar College. March 27, 2009. Archived from the original on July 20, 2013. Retrieved August 30, 2015. 
  43. ^ Van Lengen & Reilly 2004, p. 97.

Bibliography[edit]

  • Bruno, Maryann; Daniels, Elizabeth A. (2001). Vassar College. Charleston, SC: Arcadia Publishing. ISBN 978-0-7385-0454-4. 
  • Daniels, Elizabeth A. (1987). Main to Mudd: An Informal History of Vassar College Buildings. Poughkeepsie, NY: Vassar College. ISBN 0-916663-01-9. 
  • Daniels, Elizabeth A. (1996). Main to Mudd, and More: An Informal History of Vassar College Buildings. Poughkeepsie, NY: Vassar College. ISBN 0-916663-04-3. 
  • Van Lengen, Karen; Reilly, Lisa (2004). The Campus Guide: Vassar College. New York City: Princeton Architectural Press. ISBN 1-56898-349-2.