Charles M. Robinson

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Charles M. Robinson was a Richmond, Virginia architect. Robinson designed the Sunken Garden campus at the College of William and Mary including: Washington Hall, Tucker Hall's addition, the present-day Reves Center (dedicated as the first Tyler Hall), Trinkle Hall, Tyler Hall (dedicated as Rogers Hall and later renamed Chancellors Hall before being rededicated as Tyler Hall), Monroe Hall, Chandler Hall, Barrett Hall, Brown Hall, and along with landscape architect, the Sunken Garden.

Robinson died on August 20, 1932.[1]


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