Founders and Green are integral to Wellesley’s physical identity.
Founders and Green Halls are the work of some of the most widely known architects of their time (Day & Klauder and Ralph Adams Cram). In 1921, The Architecture Review devoted most of an issue to these buildings, describing the partially-built complex as “both virile and scholarly” and praising its combination of informality and order.
Wellesley’s board of directors has approved plans for the renewal of spaces in Founders and Green Halls. The images below are linked to PDFs that allow you to view them in a larger size.