Sneak peek: CSS’s Tower Hall

Tower Hall, which evolved from the Villa Sancta Scholastica, in 1938, photographer unknown. [Image: College of St. Scholastica]

This week’s sneak peek from Duluth’s Grand Old Architecture 1879–1940 started life as a private Catholic high school for girls called Villa Scholastica. Twenty or so years after it was built, it had been transformed via additions into Tower Hall—and the high school had evolved into the College of St. Scholastica. Read our history of the Villa Scholastica/Tower Hall HERE. (Preview Duluth’s Grand Old Architecture HERE and see which structures are included by viewing the book’s contents here.)

Preview or purchase Duluth’s Grand Old Architecture HERE.