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at Jamestown Road, formerly belonged to Herbert Lee Bridges, a student 1888and 19071933. house to in 1975 by F. Margaret Bridges owned by the Endowment Association. In 1983it offices for Business Affairs.
*University Archives Buildings File
*University Archives Buildings File, ''Bridges House'', Earl Gregg Swem Library, The College of William and Mary.
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Latest revision as of 15:39, 9 September 2019
This two-story frame house, located at 228 Jamestown Road, is now known as Bridges House and formerly belonged to Herbert Lee Bridges, a College of William and Mary student (1888-1893), faculty member, and administrator (1907-1933). The house was given to William and Mary in 1975 by F. Margaret Bridges and is owned by the Endowment Association. In 1983, it housed offices for Business Affairs.
- University Archives Buildings File, Bridges House, Earl Gregg Swem Library, The College of William and Mary.
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