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Photograph taken by Richard M. Sparks of students Marianne Torregrossa, Kathy Parnell, Anne Walker, and Jim Pracht exiting a classroom and entering the front foyer of Bailey's Crossroads campus of George Mason College, April 1964.

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Photograph of George Mason College student, Jerry Grossman taken by Richard M. Sparks at Bailey's Crossroads campus of George Mason College, 1964.

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Photograph taken by Richard M. Sparks of students listening to student government debates in the meeting hall of the Bailey's Crossroads Volunteer Fire Department meeting hall, April 1964. The fire department was located next door to George Mason…

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Photograph taken by Richard M. Sparks of students listening to student government debates in the meeting hall of the Bailey's Crossroads Volunteer Fire Department, April 1964. The fire department was located next door to George Mason College on Route…

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Photograph taken by Richard M. Sparks of Bailey's Crossroads Volunteer Fire Department in May 1964. George Mason College students used the meeting hall upstairs as a student lounge. The fire department building was built in 1942 and was located next…

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Photograph taken by Richard Sparks of Craig Movers van moving books and supplies from the Bailey's Crossroads building to the new branch college at Fairfax, on either August 26 or 27, 1964. A brief video taken of the move out of Bailey's Crossroads…

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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…

broadside_gunston_ledger_1_8_9_may_june_1964.pdf
May-June 1964 issue of The Gunston Ledger. In this issue: A requiem for Bailey's Crossroads campus featuring a sketch of Bailey's by Linda Mansell, a history of The Gunston Ledger, student governmernt, Honor Court, and Symposium news. Also details of…

moving_out_bailiey\'s_8_1964.mp4
Film portraying the moving out of George Mason College from the original building at Bailey's Crossroads to the new campus at Fairfax. Director Robert H. Reid and chemistry professor, Hyman Feinstein can be seen in the film.The initial scene of this…

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Photograph by Oliver Atkins of director, Robert H. Reid addressing the George Mason College Dedication, November 12, 1964. Directly behind him is the North Building (now named the Finley Building).
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