Jones Hall at the entrance to Youngstown College   Save
Jones Hall at the entrance to Youngstown College
Description: Reverse reads:" Entrance to Youngstown College Youngstown, Ohio Mahoning County." Picture shows Jones Hall at the corner of Wick and Lincoln avenues in Youngstown, Ohio. Jones hall is a three story limestone structure build in the Tudor architectural style, with oriel windows and a four-centered (Tudor) arch entrance way flanked by octahedral crossing towers. The towers each feature an octahedral spire with a cross-shaped finial at the top. The picture appears to be taken from the edge of the road so a cement sidewalk separates the building from the foreground. Several large trees grow in the lawn outside of the building. Formerly known as simply the "main building," Jones Hall was renamed in 1967 in honor of Howard W. Jones, former president of Youngstown College. View on Ohio Memory.
Image ID: SA1039AV_B14F11_003_001
Subjects: Youngstown College, Youngstown, Ohio; Youngstown (Ohio)--History--Pictorial works;
Places: Youngstown (Ohio); Mahoning (Ohio)