The Rotunda Annex (1851-1854), called the Annex, also known as New Hall, was a structural addition the north side of the Rotunda in 1853 to provide additional classroom space needed due to overcrowding. In 1895, the Rotunda was gutted by a fire, know as "The Great Fire," that started in the Annex.
Metal capital from the Rotunda Annex
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- Web. Metal capital from the Rotunda Annex, detail of base, James Murray Howard, Architect for Historic Buildings and Grounds, University of Virginia, 1996-05-17, retrieved April 28, 2023.