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1956-1964: Oh Those "Hallowed Halls!"

Humorous pencil drawing by George Mason College student, Linda Mansell, of Bailey's Crossroads building. Building appears in disrepair while in the foreground a skunk is crying. To the right are the words: 1956-1964: Oh Those "Hallowed Halls!" The building actually was not in use by the University College (George Mason's previous name) until fall of 1957. This drawing was reprinted in The Gunston Ledger in June 1964.

Creator : Mansell, Linda

Date : ca. 1964

Source : George Mason University Photograph Collection, 1950s-1999 Box 1, Folder 2

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Citation: Mansell, Linda, “1956-1964: Oh Those "Hallowed Halls!",” A History of George Mason University, accessed November 20, 2017, http://ahistoryofmason.gmu.edu/items/show/59.