Kappa Kappa Gamma House

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Kappa Gamma House

Location: 111 Richmond Road

1926--purchased property from T.A.Lacy "All that certain lot of land, together with the buildings and improvements thereon, known as the Lively Lot,"...bounded on the north by what is known as the "Blacksmith Lot," on east by property of W.A. Hamilton, on west by property of Jackie Creasy (Property: Sales/Purchases Deed Transactions, 1982.60; WMSBG. Deed Book 11-450, 9/23/1926)

1927--C.M. Robinson to JAC Chandler, June 20, 1927, re: Students' Buildings. "Change of location to Lacy lot, additional baths, enlarged dormer and other increases ordered by you on the Lacy building..." (under Budget—Building Improvements and Construction, 1925-1930, 1982.45)

..rent from Alpha Chi Omega (Lacy) $1,683.00. Attached sheet "Lacy House $1,683.00. (JACC to Col. Lane, Sept. 23, 1927, under Budget—Dormitory Housing—General, 1982.45)

..brick house being built for Alpha Chi Omega (Straw Hat, 8/4/1927, 1)

..brick house built for Alpha Chi Omega, almost directly opposite President's House (Straw Hat, 7/5/1928, 3)

..built summer 1927 for Alpha Chi Omega (FH, 5/18/1928, 9)

1929-39--became Kappa Kappa Gamma House (JACC to Kappa Kappa Gamma, June 5, 1929, 1982.45


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