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Tuttle Hall

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Institution Name: Saint Augustine's College
Original/Historic Place Name: Tuttle Hall
Location on Campus: 1315 Oakwood Ave.
Date(s) of Construction:
1925original construction
Designer: unknown
Type of Place: Individual building
Style: Regionalist/Vernacular (Glossary)
Significance: architecture, culture, education, religion
Narrative: see below
References: see below
Materials:
Foundation: brick
Walls: brick and asphalt
Roof: roofing
 
Function:
ca. 1925other (Bishop Tuttle School for social and church work)
ca. 1941other (vacant)
ca. 2004-present (2006)other (ROTC headquarters)
 

Narrative:
Tuttle Hall is a rectangular brick structure built in 1925. It was originally constructed to house the Bishop Tuttle School of Social Work and Religion. When this school failed to reopen after closing in 1941 for World War II, Tuttle Hall came into the possession of the college and it became a residence hall for women. Today, it is used for the headquarters of the Reserved Officers and Training School (ROTC).
 

References:

Boykin, James H. "St. Augustine's College, 1938-1958." Typescript. [1958?]. Archives, St. Augustine's College, Raleigh, NC.

Brown, David W. St. Augustine's College Campus. National Register of Historic Places designation report. Washington, DC: U.S. Department of the Interior/ National Park Service, 1980.

Chitty, Arthur Ben. A Brief History of St. Augustine's College. [s.l: s.n., n.d.].

Halliburton, Cecil D. A History of St. Augustine's College 1867-1937. Raleigh, NC: Edwards and Broughton Company, 1937.

Roundtree, Thelma Johnson. Strengthening the Ties that Bind: A History of Saint Augustine's College. Raleigh, NC: St. Augustine's College, 2002.

 

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