Whitmore Hall was built in 1910 by the architect company of Ludlow and Peabody as part of the original quad for the Historic Sheldon Jackson Campus. When the Sitka Fine Arts Camp received ownership of the campus in 2011, the buildings have been restored through the loving efforts of many volunteers. Sweetland Hall, the largest of the campus dorms was built during the 1970's and is the campus' most recent remodeling project. Most rooms are dormitory style with a shared bathroom down the hall. Rooms contain bedding and towels. Plan on bringing your own toiletries.
For Whitmore Hall photos, visit: http://sitkafineartscamp.org/facilities/whitmore-hall/ For Sweetland Hall phots, visit: http://sitkafineartscamp.org/facilities/sweetland-hall-2/
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