Vanderslice Hall

Vanderslice Hall houses the college’s administrative offices. Completed in 1896, the three-story red-brick mansion is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Built for the August Meyer family, who lived here for a number of years, the building is named for trustee Howard Vanderslice, who in 1927 arranged for the purchase of the home and surrounding acres as a new location for the Kansas City Art Institute.

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