Wadham College was founded by Dorothy Wadham in 1610. Despite overseeing the purchase of the land and the employment of the architect and College staff, Dorothy Wadham never actually visited Oxford. Nevertheless she was a great supporter. The architect was William Arnold and the building is an example of Oxford Gothic. The Holywell Music Hall is contained within the College grounds.
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