|Address:||West Side of Middle Path|
|Architectural Style:||Collegiate Gothic|
|Year Built:||1926; 1970|
|Original Owner:||Kenyon College|
Samuel Mather Science Hall was a gift of Henry G. Dalton, and was considered at its dedication the finest labratory in the nation for an undergraduate college. During the dedication program, the architect described the building as having a "perpendicular Gothic" feeling. The main facade faces Middle Path is defined with castle-like turrets flanking the central portion of the buidling. The north and south wings project beyond the center section, and have blank faces on the first story. Tudor Revival windows are tall and narrow. The main entrance is defined by a Tudor arch portico. Philip Mather Hall was added to the north of the building in 1962.