case western reserve university



Mather Quad Tour

1. Mather House

Mather House is used for classrooms and offices by the departments of History, Art History & Art, Classics, Religion, and Political Science. It was designed as a dormitory by Abram Garfield, son of President James A. Garfield. Mather House was built by the Alumnae Association of the College for Women as a memorial to Flora Stone Mather and in celebration of the 25th anniversary of that college. The building served as a dormitory for more than 40 years and became the first coeducational dormitory at the University.

Mather House