Daily Photos 2017
January 3, 2017
Ventress Hall is on the campus of the University of Mississippi. It was constructed in 1889, costing $35,000. In Romanesque Revival-style it served as the University's first library. It was renamed in 1985 to honor James Alexander Ventress. This building has served as the School of Law, State Geological Survey and Department of Geology, a classroom facility and the Department of Art. In 1993 it was renovated and became the home of the College of Liberal Arts' administration offices in 1998. When giving directions on campus, you can always use Ventress Hall as a point of reference because it sits in the middle of campus on the edge of the Grove!
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