Carroll College, located in Helena, Montana, is a private, liberal arts college that was founded in 1909 by the Catholic Church. The college's main building, known as "Old Main," was built in 1911 and is an impressive example of Beaux-Arts architecture.
Designed by architects John F. Ferguson and Charles S. Haire, Old Main is a three-story brick building with a formal entrance and arched windows. The building's grand entrance features a domed rotunda with marble floors and intricate plasterwork. The interior of the building is just as impressive, with a sweeping staircase, stained glass windows, and ornate plasterwork.
Old Main is home to the college's administrative offices, as well as several classrooms and faculty offices. The building also houses the chapel, which features a beautiful stained glass window depicting the Virgin Mary.
In addition to its historical and architectural significance, Old Main is also notable for its role in the college's history. The building has been the site of numerous important events, including graduation ceremonies, student protests, and political speeches.
Today, Old Main remains a central part of the Carroll College campus and is a beloved landmark in Helena. It is a testament to the college's rich history and commitment to providing a quality education in the liberal arts.
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