Frederick Lyman Hall
Frederick Lyman Hall Rollins College, Winter Park, Fl.
Hamilton Holt, announced his intention to develop the campus in the Mediterranean style. Architect Richard Kiehnel was hired to create a master plan for the campus. He added the Lyman Hall to other halls in 1936, as a residence hall for students.
Built in 1936 at a cost of $57,717, Lyman Hall was named after Frederick Wolcott Lyman (1849-1931), one of the initial founders of Rollins College and a business, civic, and religious leader. Over the years, Lyman Hall has housed the X-Club (1936-1939), Phi Delta Theta (1939-1943), and Delta Chi (1946). Lyman Hall was renovated in 1972, and is the current home of the Rollins Outdoor Club (ROC).
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