|Address:||East Side of Middle Path|
|Architectural Style:||Collegiate Gothic; Tudor Revival|
|Architect/Builder:||Abram Garfield (Cleveland)|
|Original Owner:||Kenyon College|
Leonard Hall is dedicated to the memory of William Andrew Leonard, the fourth Bishop of Ohio, and his wife, Sarah Leonard. The buidling keeps withe Gothic Revival tradition found in Kenyon College campus buildings. Like others, it is constructed in stone with a symmetrical layout. It has three gables along the front facade as do many other Kenyon buildings, but the unique feature of Leonard Hall is the presence of three-story bay windows in each of the gables. Windows are configured in the ribbon-style, typically four narrow windows linked together with narrow stone mullions. Simple dormer windows extend from the roof.