Piper Hall

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Piper Hall of Loyola University Chicago. Constructed in 1909. Architect William Carbys Zimmerman. Made of White Vermont Marble. Originally a private residence owned by Albert Gallatin Wheeler, it was acquired by Mundelein College, later Loyola University. Named after Kenneth Piper.

Photos

RPWRHS photo B060-002 shows Albert Gallatin Wheeler Mansion, 6355 N. Sheridan Road, - east front. circa 1910.

RPWRHS photo B060-003 shows Albert Gallatin Wheeler Mansion, 6355 N. Sheridan Road, - loggia. circa 1910.

RPWRHS photo S013-0657 shows Loyola University, 6525 N. Sheridan Road, Piper Hall (Former Albert Gallatin Wheeler Mansion, 6355 N. Sheridan Road), September 1975.