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Originally constructed in 1938, Sisson Hall is a wonderful example of Colonial revival. The building includes many stunning features: a leaded glass staircase window, a small turret on the back of the structure, and a small second-story porch. Sisson Hall is painted in its original colors and retains its original wood siding & decorative shingle work. It is currently used as the Office of Admissions and the Visitors Center. The structure was originally built as the Presidential Home and was used as such until 1977, when Keystone College restored Hedgewood House for use as the President's Residence.
Adams, Glenn D. Keystone: A History of the Academy and the College, 130th Anniversary, 1868- 1998. La Plume, PA: Keystone College, [ca. 1998].