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Lee Wicker Hall - 1962
993 Park Avenue
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Originally a residence hall for seniors, Lee Wicker was the last Neo-Georgian-style building to be erected on the Winthrop campus. It was named for Lee Wicker Kinard, wife of Winthrop's second president, Dr. James P. Kinard, who served from 1928-34. Mrs. Kinard was a member of Winthrop's English faculty from 1895-96. Lee Wicker now houses co-eds of all class ranks.

Interesting Features:

  • New main entrance completed in summer 2003
  • Co-ed residential suites
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