Council of Independent Colleges Historic Campus Architecture Project


Hundley Hall

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Institution Name: Lynchburg College
Original/Historic Place Name: Hundley Hall
Location on Campus: facing due south on the edge of The Circle
Date(s) of Construction:
1954original construction Johnson, Stanhope S.
Designer: Stanhope S. Johnson (Lynchburg, VA)
Type of Place: Individual building
Style: Colonial revival, Modern/post-WWII (Glossary)
Significance: architecture, culture, education, history
Narrative: see below
References: see below
Foundation: cinder block faced with concrete and brick
Walls: brick
Roof: slate
1954-present (2006)residence hall (originally women, now co-ed)
ca. 1970-present (2006)infirmary
ca. 2004-present (2006)administration

Completed in 1954, Hundley Hall was named for Dr. John T. Hundley, the fourth president of the college, who served from 1915 to 1936. It was the first structure designated solely as a dormitory for female students, although at present it is a co-educational facility. Hundley also houses administrative offices and the college health center, which moved there in 1970, and it is currently the oldest dormitory on the Lynchburg College campus. A regular program of preventative maintenance keeps this building in first-class condition.


Potter, Dorothy T. "Walls and Halls, An Architectural History of L. C." In Jubilee: 1903-1978. Lynchburg, VA: Lynchburg College, 1978.

Potter, Edmund D. "The Westover Hotel." M. A. thesis, University of Virginia, 1995.

Wake, Orville. "The First Fifty Years, A History of Lynchburg College." Ph.D. dissertation, University of Virginia, 1957.


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