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VFGM_govdocs_Ref.J87V9, doc# 3_v_Crisis_in_higher_Ed.pdf
Report by Virginia Legislative Advisory Committee on higher education and extension schools in Virginia, August 15, 1955. Thirteen pages.

broadside_gunston_ledger_3_6_february_14_1966.pdf
February 14, 1966 issue of The Gunston Ledger. In this issue: GMC Expands to 4-Year Status, Letters to the Editor, quiz/testing policy, Sports News (basketball - GMC Chargers). Two pages.

office_of_the_president_records_3_17_4_1_1966.jpg
Act of the Virginia General Assembly making George Mason College a Four-year degree-granting institution as approved March 1, 1966. One page.

university_relations_press_releases_1_21_1972.jpg
Press release from the Information Service, George Mason College of the University of Virginia dated January 28, 1972. The document describes the the bill introduced into the Virginia House of Delegates that week which would separate George Mason…

mann_22_07_HJR#5_1956.jpg
Photostatic copy of Virginia House of Delegates Joint Resolution No. 5, establishing a Northern Virginia branch of the University of Virginia, February 24, 1956.

Mann_20_16_12_21_1973.pdf
Letter from Daniel E. Marvin, Jr. to John C. Wood, December 21, 1973. Daniel E. Marvin, Director of the State Council of Higher Education for Virginia, responds to John C. Wood, Rector of the George Mason University Board of Visitors, who sent a…

university_relations_president_thompson_retires_no_date.pdf
Undated news release from George Mason University Public Relations detailing the retirement of Lorin A. Thompson as President of George Mason University. Though undated this document is most likely to be from June 31, 1973, the date Thomson…

university_relations_howwillGMgrow_ca1965_p1.jpg
Pamphlet describing the eight steps necessary for George Mason College to grow larger and serve the perceived needs of the northern Virginia area. Brochure is an eight-page front-and-back foldout and printed using green, gray, black, and white.…

GMUAP_2_9_Hol ton_1972.jpg
Governor A. Linwood Holton, Jr., signing H-210, the bill which separated George Mason College from its parent institution, University of Virginia on April 7, 1972 at his office in Richmond. Pictured left to right are: Student Government President…

h210.pdf
Legislation establishing George Mason University as an independent institution, separate from the University of Virginia, April 1972. This is taken from Virginia Acts of Assembly, Volume 1, Regular Session, Chapter 550. Three pages.
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