Providence Hall

Unique for its period, this Renaissance Revival replacement of the original convent blends neoclassical and Italianate features, along with a German classical revival influence that bears a similarity to City Market in Indianapolis. Strongly influenced by the patriarch Dietrich Bohlen, it was constructed during 1889 to 1890 and was one of the earliest campus structures to have electricity.

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