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gmu_pc_80_1_academic_1_c1994.jpg
An architect's rendering of the first academic building to be constructed on the planned Prince William Institute. Academic buildings were the first structures opened on the campus. 35mm slide; color.

gmuapc_1_14_south_bldg_2_27_1964_a.jpg
Front and back of photograph of construction of the South Building (today Krug Hall) George Mason College, Fairfax, Virginia campus taken March 27, 1964. 8" x 10" photograph print; black and white.

gmuapc_1_14_north_bldg_2_7_1964_a.jpg
Front and back of photograph of construction of the North Building (today the Finley Building) George Mason College, Fairfax, Virginia campus taken February 7, 1964. 8" x 10" photograph print; black and white.

campus-construction_gmuphoto1_14_2.jpg
Front and back of photograph of construction of the George Mason College, Fairfax, Virginia campus taken April 25, 1964. In this photo the West (foreground) and North (background) buildings can be seen from the vantage point of the southwest corner…

office_of_the_president_records_3_18_4_28_1966.pdf
Report of the Northern Virginia Regional Planning and Economic Development Commission, April 28, 1966. This eighteen-page report endorsed the expansion of George Mason College to a four-year degree granting institution and urged that neighboring…

gmuapc_1_4_5_8_1962#1.jpg
Photograph of John Norville Gibson Finley (third from right) along with members of the Fairfax Town Council pose in front of newly raised sign marking the construction site of the Fairfax campus of George Mason College. Sign was placed at the corner…

facilities_planning_1_16_sign_design_2_1_1962.jpg
Letter (carbon copy) from John Norville Gibson Finley, director of George Mason College to Joseph L. Vaughan, Chancellor of Community Colleges, University of Virginia, January 30. 1962. In this letter Finley suggests wording for the sign. He notes…

facilities_planning_1_16_sign_design.jpg
Design sketch of the sign which was placed at the corner of University Drive and Payne Street (Va. Rte. 123) marking the construction site of George Mason College, Fairfax, Va. Artist is unknown, but handwriting on the paper on which the sketch is…

office_of_the_president_records_5_4_7_25_1963.pdf
Handwritten note of July 25, 1963 from Joseph L. Vaughan, Chancellor to Community Colleges, University of Virginia to Robert Reid asking him to attend the groundbreaking ceremony set for Thursday, August 1, 1963 at the Fairfax campus site. At this…

office_of_the_president_records_5_4_7_26_1963.jpg
Memorandum of July 26, 1963 from John Norville Gibsom Finley to the faculty and staff of George Mason College inviting them to a groundbreaking ceremony at the Fairfax campus site on August 1, 1963 at 11:00 AM. A photograph of the groundbreaking…
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