published Monday, June 3rd, 2013

Maryville College's Anderson Hall to be renovated

Architect  Daryl Johnson, left  and Maryville College President Tom T. Bogart take a last look around Anderson Hall before a year long renovation.
Architect Daryl Johnson, left and Maryville College President Tom T. Bogart take a last look around Anderson Hall before a year long renovation.
Photo by The Knoxville News Sentinel /Chattanooga Times Free Press.
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    Anderson Hall, built more than 140 years ago on the Maryville College campus, is set to undergo its first inner renovation beginning next week. The building is the largest academic hall on campus every graduate since 1870 has had at least one class in the hall.
    Photo by The Knoxville News Sentinel /Chattanooga Times Free Press.

There is one common thread between every student who has passed through the hallowed grounds at Maryville College since 1870.

No matter the degree of study, place of residence or club involvement of each alum, they will have spent a considerable amount of time in the rooms of Anderson Hall.

The building, which was constructed in 1869, four years after the Civil War had ended, has been long overdue for renovations, and for the first time in its existence, will receive a full makeover of its interior beginning this week.

Read more at Knoxnews.com.

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