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Facility Location:  
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548 College Ave
City of Ithaca
NY -
Construction Date:   1953
Gross Area:   53,194 sq ft
Net Area:   40,892 sq ft
Architect:   Starret, Van Vleck & Marsh
Style:   Collegiate Gothic
Unit Facility Director:   klc76 - Karen C. Muckstadt
Building Coordinators
Maintenance Zone:   SA
Campus Site:   29
Zone Manager:   djh37 - Karen C. Muckstadt
Authority Having Jurisdiction:   City of Ithaca
State Owned?:   No
Historic Building:   NL - Not Listed as Landmark
Historic District:   NL - Not Located Within a District
Photo: Anabel Taylor Hall
Virtual Tours: 
Myron Taylor Hall
Anabel Taylor Hall: Founders Room
Anabel Taylor Hall is a memorial to Myron C Taylor's wife Anabel Stuart Taylor who died in 1953. It occupies the northeast corner of Central Ave And Campus Rd. Constructed 23 years after its companion building, Myron Taylor Hall, Anabel Taylor Hall closes off the northern side of the Myron Taylor courtyard. The main entrance on Central Ave is marked by a tower housing the university's memorial to alumni killed in World War II. A chapel extends to the south and the Founders Room extends to the north. The materials of this collegiate Gothic building are gray-brown Ithaca stone for the walls, limestone trim, and gray and purple slate for the high pitched roofs.