G. Stanley Hall Hall
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G. Stanley Hall Hall (named for a famous psychologist who taught literature at Antioch as a young man) is one of the two most endangered historic structures on campus. Its importance derives from the Fels Longitudinal Study of Human Development, which continues to the present and provides a baseline for understanding how humans develop and grow. In the 1930s a matching wing was added to an existing farmhouse adjacent to Antioch to make room for the Fels study. In 1947 Fels built a more modern facility, and the building was subsequently used as the home of the Department of Psychology until it was closed in 1985.
King, Thomas. "An Ecological Renovation of G. Stanley Hall: A Proposal for an Environmental Resource Center at Antioch College." Unpublished senior project. 1998. Antioch College, Yellow Springs, OH.