A Closer Look: Daemen College's Rosary Hall
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Wednesday, January 10, 2018
Daemen College's Rosary Hall is an example of Italian Renaissance revival. It was built circa 1912 as a mansion for the Crouch family and sold to Rosary Hill College in 1948. Herbert Crouch was an insurance man. Architect was George Cary, who also designed the Buffalo History Museum and Pierce Arrow Administration Building and UB buildings. It is currently used for Admissions, Alumni and External Relations offices and a jewel in the Amherst community.