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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…

Press conference held on May 5, 1964 at the City Hall in Fairfax Virginia. In this recording, Fairfax Mayor, John C. Wood and Virginia State Senator from Arlington, Charles Rogers Fenwick introduce George Mason College director, Robert H. Reid to the…

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Press release dated September 14, 1964 announcing the opening of George Mason College of the University of Virginia's Fairfax, Virginia campus. 8.5" x 11"; typescript. One page.

Press release from the Mayor of the City of Fairfax, Virginia, Honorable John C. Wood dated May 5, 1964. In this document Mayor Wood officially welcomes George Mason College to the City of Fairfax, complimenting its fine leadership and high…

Letter from Prince Woodard, Director of the State Council for Higher Education of Virginia to Robert H. Reid, Director of George Mason College, October 11, 1965. In this letter Woodard outlines for Reid requirements for institutions seeking to…

Photocopy of Dr. Robert H. Reid's remarks at the George Mason College Dedication at Fairfax, Va., November 12, 1964. A photograph of Dr. Reid giving these remarks can be seen at:

Portrait of director, Robert H. Reid from the 1965 edition of the Advocate, the yearbook for George Mason College.

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).

Photograph by Oliver Atkins of the George Mason College Dedication, November 12, 1964 from the perspective of the audience. Building in the background is the North Building (now named the Finley Building).

In this film George Mason College Director, Robert Reid, is taking a group of citizens and Fairfax leaders on a tour of the unfinished campus. The tour begins in the North Building (today's Finley Building) and continues around the exterior of the…
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