Bozarth House

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Bozarth House, circa 1932

Constructed: 1920-1924

Named for: J. Arthur Bozarth

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The Bozarth House and Cottage at William & Mary is located on the northwest corner of Richmond Road and Armistead Avenue (205 Richmond Road and cottage at 126 Armistead Avenue). It was built between June 1920-March 1924, according to dated aerial photographs.

In 1932, the property of J. Arthur Bozarth was purchased for $19,000.[1] From 1933-1937, it served as the Pi Kappa Alpha House [2]

Material in the Special Collections Research Center


  • University Archives Buildings File (2007), Penniman Building, Earl Gregg Swem Library, The College of William and Mary.
  • Colonial Echo, 1934, 1937.

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