This modest version of collegiate Jacobean is two stories in height; it not only forms the east boundary to the quadrangle but also provides a substantial edge to the campus on its street side. The building’s long facades are broken by banks of multisash windows and projecting center and end bays that are emphasized by cast-stone quoins against the red brick walls. The entrance is framed with fluted pilasters and a baluster. These details add scale to this large traditional structure. Caldwell Hall initially served as the administration building and today houses classrooms.
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