Woodburn Hall at WVU
A Museum Quality Print of Woodburn Hall at West Virginia University for sale by Brandywine General Store. This is a summer scene and shows the iconic image of WVU surrounded by green grass and bushes with a bright blue sky overhead. When you see an advertisement for West Virginia University this building is usually included. Woodburn Hall was built in 1876 and is part of the WVU Quadrangle, the original name was University Hall. The architecture of this college centerpiece is red brick of the Second Empire style under a mansard roof. The initial construction cost was 41,500.00 which was funded by a state property tax. Woodburn Hall has had many uses over the years but since the turn of the 20th century it has been used exclusively as the College of Arts and Sciences. Picture #399 an original archival photographic print by Brandywine General Store.