Governor A. Linwood Holton signs H-210 separating George Mason College from the University of Virginia, April 7, 1972
Governor A. Linwood Holton, Jr., signing H-210, the bill which separated George Mason College from its parent institution, University of Virginia on April 7, 1972 at his office in Richmond. Pictured left to right are: Student Government President James Corrigan, Governor Linwood Holton, Jr., George Mason University Chancellor Lorin A. Thompson, George Mason University Advisory Board President John Wood, and Student Senator Anne O' Grady. 8" x 10" photograph print; black and white.
Creator : unknown
Date : 7 April 1972
Source : George Mason University Photograph Collection, 1950s-1999 Box 2, Folder 9
Rights : Copyright George Mason University
TAGS: 1972' A. Linwood Holton Jr.' Anne O' Grady' George Mason College' George Mason University' independence' Jim Corrigan' John C. Wood' Lorin A. Thompson' Richmond Va.' University Day' Virginia General Assembly
Citation: unknown, “Governor A. Linwood Holton signs H-210 separating George Mason College from the University of Virginia, April 7, 1972 ,” A History of George Mason University, accessed March 28, 2017, http://ahistoryofmason.gmu.edu/items/show/134.