Eleanor Donnelly Erdman Hall
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Erdman Hall is in overall excellent condition, and has undergone careful restoration of it original exterior attachment system after failure of the anchoring system of the hung slate panels.
Erdman Hall is an important institutional work of the internationally significant architect Louis I. Kahn. Although less than fifty years old (and thus not meeting the National Register standard), the significance of Kahn's work is sufficiently established that a project such as Erdman warrants recognition as historically significant, if not as a world monument.
Andropogon Associates, and Emily Cooperman. Bryn Mawr College Campus Heritage Initiative, Funded by the J. Paul Getty Initiative. Report. Philadelphia, PA: Andropogon Associates, Ltd., 2004.
Brownlee, David, and David G. DeLong. Louis I. Kahn: In the Realm of Architecture. New York: Rizzoli, 1991.