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==Lettie Pate Whitehead Evans Grad Housing==
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[[image:Evans_Grad_Housing.jpg|thumb|left| Grad Housing 1996<p>Constructed: 1991-1992</p><p>Named for: Lettie Pate Whitehead Evans</p><p>[http://maps.google.com/maps?ie=UTF-8&hl=en&tab=wl&q=713%20S.%20Henry%20St.%2C%20Williamsburg%2C%20Virginia%2023185 Map it for me]</p>]]
[[image:Evans_Grad_Housing.jpg|thumb|left| Grad Housing 1996]]
 
  
The Grad Housing complex, built in 1991-92, is located on South Henry Street,within walking distance of the Marshall-Wythe School of Law and the College's main campus.  The two-, three-, and four-bedroom apartments feature colonial-style architecture around a landscaped courtyard.
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The '''Lettie Pate Whitehead Evans Grad Housing''' complex, built in 1991-1992, is located at 713 South Henry Street, within walking distance of the [[Marshall-Wythe School of Law]] and the [[College of William and Mary]]'s main campus.  The two-, three-, and four-bedroom apartments feature colonial-style architecture around a landscaped courtyard.
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Latest revision as of 15:06, 9 September 2019

Grad Housing 1996

Constructed: 1991-1992

Named for: Lettie Pate Whitehead Evans

Map it for me

The Lettie Pate Whitehead Evans Grad Housing complex, built in 1991-1992, is located at 713 South Henry Street, within walking distance of the Marshall-Wythe School of Law and the College of William and Mary's main campus. The two-, three-, and four-bedroom apartments feature colonial-style architecture around a landscaped courtyard.


Material in the Special Collections Research Center