Goodhart Hall

Goodhart Hall

Bryn Mawr College, Bryn Mawr

This exceptional building was designed in 1928 by noted architect Arthur Meigs of the firm Mellor Meigs and Howe, an architectural firm that designed many other notable residences in the area, especially in Overbrook Farms.

This building is rather church-like in appearance, with its prominent spire and Gothic entrances and windows. Cementing this building’s addition to the Hall of Fame is the ironwork created by master ironworker Samuel Yellin, easily the most prominent craftsman of his trade in the Philadelphia region in the early 20th century.