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[[Image:Image unavailable copy.jpg |thumb|right|Hamilton House<p>Acquired by the College: 1931, 1935</p>
 
[[Image:Image unavailable copy.jpg |thumb|right|Hamilton House<p>Acquired by the College: 1931, 1935</p>
 
<p>Previous names: Quadrangle Lot, J.T. Baldwin Memorial Garden</p><p>[http://maps.google.com/maps?q=North+Boundary+and+Richmond+Road+Williamsburg,+VA&oe=utf-8&client=firefox-a&ie=UTF8&hl=en&hq=&hnear=Richmond+Rd+%26+N+Boundary+St,+Williamsburg,+Virginia+23185&z=16 Map it for me]</p> Note: Location on map is approximate.]]
 
<p>Previous names: Quadrangle Lot, J.T. Baldwin Memorial Garden</p><p>[http://maps.google.com/maps?q=North+Boundary+and+Richmond+Road+Williamsburg,+VA&oe=utf-8&client=firefox-a&ie=UTF8&hl=en&hq=&hnear=Richmond+Rd+%26+N+Boundary+St,+Williamsburg,+Virginia+23185&z=16 Map it for me]</p> Note: Location on map is approximate.]]
'''Hamilton House''' at the [[College of William and Mary]] is also known as Quadrangle Lot/ J. T. Baldwin Memorial Garden. It is located at the north side of Richmond Road, east of [[Kappa Kappa Gamma]], Corner of North Boundary and Richmond Road. In 1931, it was purchased from [[Colonial Williamsburg]] (Williamsburg, Holding Corp.), rented out (BOV, Feb. 1931, P. 274) (Deed recorded 1935-Dead Book 16, p. 155) In 1934, the Board agreed to sell Hamilton Property to Williamsburg Restoration, Inc. (BOV, May 1934, p.5) for the original price of $25,000.  Williamsburg Restoration withdraws offer (BOV, June 1934, p.62) in 1935, it is purchased from WIlliamsburg Restoration, Inc., 3/14/1935 (WMSBG, Deed Book 16-155)
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'''Hamilton House''' at the [[College of William and Mary]] is also known as Quadrangle Lot/ J. T. Baldwin Memorial Garden. It is located at the north side of Richmond Road, east of Kappa Kappa Gamma, on the corner of North Boundary and Richmond Road. In 1931, it was purchased from [[Colonial Williamsburg]] (Williamsburg, Holding Corp.) and used for faculty housing.
  
 
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Revision as of 18:36, 30 April 2016

Hamilton House

Acquired by the College: 1931, 1935

Previous names: Quadrangle Lot, J.T. Baldwin Memorial Garden

Map it for me

Note: Location on map is approximate.

Hamilton House at the College of William and Mary is also known as Quadrangle Lot/ J. T. Baldwin Memorial Garden. It is located at the north side of Richmond Road, east of Kappa Kappa Gamma, on the corner of North Boundary and Richmond Road. In 1931, it was purchased from Colonial Williamsburg (Williamsburg, Holding Corp.) and used for faculty housing.

References

  • University Archives Buildings File (2007), Hamilton House, Earl Gregg Swem Library, The College of William and Mary.

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