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Winslow Hall

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Hall of Agriculture
1908–1909, William H. Taylor. 67 Munson Rd.
  • (Photograph by John F. Bauman)

Originally dedicated the Hall of Agriculture, the building was renamed after Edward Brackett Winslow, president of the Board of Trustees (1908–1911) at the University of Maine. The brick, two-and-a-half-story building with raised basement features a prominent curved gable flanked by two dormer windows. The building is now home to the College of Natural Sciences, Forestry, and Agriculture, and the Maine Agricultural and Forest Experiment Station.


Beard, Frank A., and Robert L. Bradley, “University of Maine at Orono Historic District,” Penobscot County, Maine. National Register of Historic Places Inventory-Nomination Form, 1978. National Park Service, U.S. Department of Interior, Washington, D.C.

Fernal, Merritt Caldwell. History of the Maine State College and the University of Maine. Orono: University of Maine, 1916.

Hansen, Janet, “The Architecture of Maine’s Schools.” In Maine Forms of American Architecture, edited by Deborah Thompson. Camden, ME: Downeast Magazine, 1976.

Smith, David C. The First Century: A History of the University of Maine, 1865–1965. Orono: University of Maine Press, 1979.

“Winslow Hall.” University of Maine. Accessed October 13, 2016.

Writing Credits

John F. Bauman
John F. Bauman



  • 1908


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John F. Bauman, "Winslow Hall", [Orono, Maine], SAH Archipedia, eds. Gabrielle Esperdy and Karen Kingsley, Charlottesville: UVaP, 2012—,

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