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The Mason Spirit, the George Mason University alumni magazine cover from Fall 2006 featuring a photgraph of Research Hall, then the newest building on the Fairfax Campus. Research Hall was the first academic building at Mason dedicated solely to…

Photograph of the interior of the University Learning Center portraying three levels of the building. Photograph was taken in 1995, shortly after the facility opened. In Spring 1996 the building was renamed the George W. Johnson Learning Center in…

George Mason University Center for the Arts, ca. 1993. The final structure of the three-phase Humanities complex, the Center for the Arts serves as George Mason's premiere performing arts venue. The Center's Concert Hall was designed by theatrical…

An exterior photograph of the University Learning Center (now kown as the George W. Johnson Center) taken in 1995, the year the building originally opened. 35mm slide; color.

Pamphlet published in 2007 describing the preparations and progress of the then-named Volgenau School of Information Technology and Engineering's Academic VI/Research II (today known as the Long and Kimmy Nguyen Engineering Building). Building opened…

Invitation to the dedication of the Donald and Nancy de Laski Performing Arts Building on the Fairfax Campus on Tuesday, September 21, 2010. 5" x 7"; color. Four pages (three pages of content).

Invitation to the dedication of Founders Hall on the Arlington Campus on Thursday, March 8, 2012. 5" x 7"; color. Four pages (three pages of content).

Button created to increase awareness in George Mason University building projects. The Building Patriot Pride motto and logo was introduced in November 2008 by the University's Facilities Division. Steel rectangular button with clasp at back 2.75" x…

Architectural drawing of the Center for the Arts on George Mason University's Fairfax Campus. This image was most likely created in 1989 about a year before the completion of the building in 1990. Photograph is 8" x 10", black and white.

Dedication program for Clarence J. Robinson Hall; September 24, 1975. 8.5" x 11", six pages, white and black printed pages with green colored front and back covers.
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