Washington Female Seminary
Pictured is a postcard dating back to when the Female Seminary was open between the years of 1836 to 1948.
Pictured is an image of the building that replaced the Washington Female Seminary in 1948, known as McIlvaine Hall. This old and historic building stood tall for 111 years and was part of campus for 68.
Pictured is the Swanson Science center, which opened in 2010, replacing the location of McIlvane Hall. This building is dedicated to the Physical Sciences, including physics and chemistry.
This is an image of the marker that was placed at the former site of the Washington Female Seminary. The marker describes the accomplishment of Rebecca Harding Davis, the most famous graduate of the seminary.