The Kirk House was acquired by Webster University in 1964. Originally it served as a residence for some of the Sisters of Loretto who worked at the college. The building was also used for various meetings and social functions.
Later the Kirk House was used by Opera Theatre of St. Louis and eventually it was the location of Webster's Financial Aid Office. In 2003, several faculty and staff from the School of Communications moved into the building.
The Kirk House was demolished in 2012 and replaced with a sand volleyball court.
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Kirk House adds faculty office space to crowded School of Communications. (2003, Fall). Adjunct Faculty Newsletter, vol. 1, no. 1. Retrieved from http://www2.webster.edu/depts/comm/socadjunct/news/newsletter-11-03-kirkhouse.htm.
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