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Photograph of John Norville Gibson Finley at his desk at the Northern Virgnia University Center on the campus of Washington-Lee High School, Arlington, Va.

Photograph of John Norville Gibson Finley and assistant, Ruth Frank, preparing a classroom for an upcoming class at Northern Virgnia University Center on the campus of Washington-Lee High School, Arlington, Va.on December 22, 1953.

Copy of original title deed to the Farr tract, upon which the Fairfax Campus of George Mason College was built in 1964. Deed is dated February 10, 1959. This copy is derived from a printout from a 35 mm a negative microfilm of the original.

Photograph of University President, Dr. Robert C. Krug, at his desk at George Mason University, Fairfax Campus. Photograph is undated, but is most probably ca. 1977 or 1978. 5" x 7" photograph print; black and white.

Photograph of George Mason University admissions officer Andrew (Andy) Evans (at left) and faculty member Edmund (Fred) Millar (at right) at a public hearing on the Fairfax Campus, April 13, 1977. The hearing dealt with administrative actions…

George Mason University faculty member, Edmund (Fred) Millar talks with students on the Quadrangle, April 5, 1977. 8" x 10" photograph print; black and white.

George Mason University students and faculty members listen to a speaker at rally for Mason faculty member Edmund (Fred) Millar on February 2, 1978. This meeting is taking place on the Quadrangle directly behind Finley Hall. The West (center) and…

Short segment (8:05) from original silent film created during fall 1967 by the George Mason College Agora Society. Agora was founded in the fall of 1965 by GMC student, Charles E. Brewer (Class of 1968) to promote the performing arts at George Mason…

December 29, 1958 Letter from J. Lindsay Almond, Jr., Governor of Virgnia to John C. Wood, Mayor of Fairfax advising Wood that the final selection of the branch is in the hands of the Board of Visitors, but he will approve the Farr tract if the…

Segment from a recording of at the groundbreaking for the Arlington I building (today known as Hazel Hall) on April 25, 1996 at Arlington, Virginia. This segment features George Mason University President George W. Johnson's remarks. Dr. Johnson is…
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