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C. Harrison Mann, Jr. to Board of Visitors, George Mason University, June 6, 1975

Letter from C. Harrison Mann to Board of Visitors, George Mason University of June 6, 1975. Mann attempts to make the Board aware of his objections to building on-campus housing at George Mason University. He argues that House Resolution 5, the document on which Mason was created, forbade it to build dormitories; they are expensive and not seen as favorable by the appropriations apparatus in Richmond; Mason might jeapodize future funding by asking for appropriations for on-campus housing; and that George Mason might risk other important devellopment (in this case, a law school) by asking for dormitories. Four pages.

Creator : Mann, C. Harrison, Jr.

Date : 6 June 1975

Source : Office of the President Records Box 25, Folder 14

Rights : Copyright George Mason University

Citation: Mann, C. Harrison, Jr., “C. Harrison Mann, Jr. to Board of Visitors, George Mason University, June 6, 1975,” A History of George Mason University, accessed November 20, 2017, http://ahistoryofmason.gmu.edu/items/show/184.