Points of Interest
The Founders Library
The Founders Library was designed by and built under the supervision of African American Architect Albert I. Cassell. Louis Fry, an employee of Cassell, had a significant hand in the design of the library. When asked of the building’s resemblance to Philadelphia’s Independence Hall, Fry commented that “since the Library was dedicated to liberty, there was no more appropriate design for Howard University’s major building to emulate."  More...