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'''Andrews Hall''' was named for Robert Andrews, the first professor of Fine Arts at the [[College of William and Mary]].   
 
'''Andrews Hall''' was named for Robert Andrews, the first professor of Fine Arts at the [[College of William and Mary]].   
[[image:Andrews Hall.jpg|thumb|right| Andrews Hall]]
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[[image:Andrews Hall.jpg|thumb|right| Andrews Hall <p>Constructed: 1965-1966</p>
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<p>Dedication: February 11, 1967</p><p>Renovations: </p><p>Named for: Robert Andrews</p><p>[http://maps.google.com/maps?ie=UTF-8&hl=en&tab=wl&q=605%20Jamestown%20Rd.%2C%20Williamsburg%2C%20VA%2023185 Map it for me]</p>]]
 
It is located behind [[Phi Beta Kappa Hall]] on New Campus and faces the main entrance of [[Earl Gregg Swem Library]].  Construction began in 1965 and it was dedicated at Charter Day on February 11, 1967.  It is currently used as a fine arts building.
 
It is located behind [[Phi Beta Kappa Hall]] on New Campus and faces the main entrance of [[Earl Gregg Swem Library]].  Construction began in 1965 and it was dedicated at Charter Day on February 11, 1967.  It is currently used as a fine arts building.
  

Revision as of 11:49, 4 December 2008

Andrews Hall was named for Robert Andrews, the first professor of Fine Arts at the College of William and Mary.

Andrews Hall

Constructed: 1965-1966

Dedication: February 11, 1967

Renovations:

Named for: Robert Andrews

Map it for me

It is located behind Phi Beta Kappa Hall on New Campus and faces the main entrance of Earl Gregg Swem Library. Construction began in 1965 and it was dedicated at Charter Day on February 11, 1967. It is currently used as a fine arts building.

References

University Archives Buildings File (2007). Andrews Hall. Earl Gregg Swem Library, The College of William and Mary, Williamsburg, Virginia