SCAD - Pepe Hall

The original Barnard Street School of 1854 was used by General Sherman's Union Army as a military hospital during the Civil War. On this site, a new school was erected in 1906, using the same floor plan employed by Gottfried L. Norrman in the construction of Anderson Street School. The 20,759-square-foot Mediterranean Revival style building has a battered brick basement and a central tapering bell tower above the entrance portico. The spacious facility houses the art history and architectural history departments, as well as the college's extensive slide library.

212 W. Taylor St.