Jarvis Hall

Contributors:
C. C. Hook, architect; Hook and Rogers, architects; Willard G. Rogers, architect; Herbert W. Simpson, architect; C. V. York, contractor
Dates:
1909
Location:
Greenville, Pitt County
Street Address:
East Carolina University, Greenville, NC
Status:
Standing
Type:
Educational
Images Puslished In:
Michael Cotter, ed., The Architectural Heritage of Greenville, North Carolina (1988).
Note:
Jarvis Hall is one of the most intact of several buildings designed at present East Carolina University by Hook and Rogers and Herbert W. Simpson, typically in red brick with red tile roofs. The college was established in 1907, and these architects designed the earliest part of the campus.