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Sickler Hall was formerly a residential home that was donated to the College in 1941 by Blanche Sickler Moore in memory of her father, Harley N. Sickler. The home was first owned by a family by the name of Gardener, who rented the house out to students. During World War II, veterans lived in the home, and the building was then converted into faculty apartments.
The building is a gorgeous example of a Mansard structure, with a stunning original side porch with marvelous wooden Victorian scrolled supports as well as cornices, both on the porch and under the gable of the roof.