Heritage Room

Davies Center 122A

With its art glass windows and antique mahogany paneling and furnishings, the Heritage Room is preserved from the home of lumber merchant Daniel Dulany, a mansion that stood on the corner of State Street and Garfield Avenue.

To reserve this room during the weekday luncheon period during the academic year, please contact Blugold Dining at 715.836.2632.

Capacities

Fixed seating: 12

Dimensions

27' × 25' × 15'
375 sq ft

In-room

    • Wood tables and chairs of different sizes
    • Countertops with outlets
    • Historic stained glass windows
    • Carpeted floor

Audio

    • Built-in sound system
    • Wireless lavalier microphone (2)
    • iPod docking station

Video

    • LCD projector & permanent projection screen
    • In-room computer, with wireless keyboard and mouse
    • Cable TV
    • DVD player (Blu-ray)
    • Crestron wireless control

With its art glass windows and antique mahogany paneling and furnishings, the Heritage Room is preserved from the home of lumber merchant Daniel Dulany, a mansion that stood on the corner of State Street and Garfield Avenue. Constructed in 1910, the Dulany mansion was purchased by the Davies administration in 1946, becoming the college's first residence hall — Memorial Hall. In accordance with the wishes of the Wachendorfers, heirs of the Dulany estate, the parlors and mahogany paneled dining room of the mansion were preserved along with some of the original furnishings, and the college thus acquired a handsome social setting for teas and receptions. In 1964 the dining room from Memorial Hall was dismantled and reconstructed in the original Davies Center. In 2012 it was carefully moved to the new Davies Center.

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Davies Student Center 122A

77 Roosevelt Avenue
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