Bewley Hall – Pennsylvania

Bewley Hall is a small one-story brick structure, rectangular in plan, with flat roof. The front façade is treated as an arcade, with four round-arched openings, three of which are windows, the fourth originally an entry framed by a pedimented Tuscan portico, now enclosed as a window. The building was designed by Joseph R. Pelich and built in 1929 as an architectural link between the William G. Newby Memorial Building and the newly acquired Ida Saunders Hall. Its design complements the earlier Anna Shelton Hall by Sanguinet, Staats & Hedrick.

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