Filed Under Missoula

North Hall

The University of Montana Historic District

Constructed in 1922 following the 1918 Carsley-Gilbert campus master plan, this women’s residence was intended to be part of two U-shaped clusters of men’s and women’s dormitories. Its identical contemporary counterpart, Elrod Hall, and Corbin Hall were the only three buildings of the two “U”s erected before the plan was abandoned in the 1930s. Renowned Helena architects J. G. Link and C. S. Haire designed the handsome Renaissance Revival style facility with its striking red-brown brick façade and simple cream-colored terra cotta ornamentation. Renamed Brantly Hall, the building functioned as a women’s residence until 1987.

Images

North Hall North Hall on the University of Montana campus. Front view of the building, facing northwest. Renamed Brantly Hall. Source: Montana Memory Project Creator: Rollin H. McKay Date: 1939
North Hall North Hall on the University of Montana campus. Front/side view of the building, facing west. Renamed Brantly Hall. Source: Montana Memory Project Creator: Rollin H. McKay Date: July 1939

Location

32 Campus Drive, Missoula, Montana | Public

Metadata

The Montana National Register Sign Program, “North Hall,” Historic Montana, accessed March 21, 2023, https://historicmt.org/items/show/969.