Millstones on the Hollins campus are from old millraces that operated near Hollins and at the John Hollins Mill in Lynchburg. Hollins is grateful to Henry Smiley, who donated the stone from the Hollins Mill property and to Elvira "Miss Ella" Henry Miller, great-granddaughter of patriot and Virginia's first governor Patrick Henry. Miss Ella attended Hollins from 1867 to 1869 and was responsible for obtaining the Hollins stone for her alma mater. She celebrated the installation of the Hollins millstone on the Front Quadrangle in 1954 as Hollins' oldest living alumna at age 103.
Cocke Memorial Building
East and Bradley Hall (Talmadge Recital Hall) Batten Leadership Institute