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'''Morton Hall''' is located at the intersection of Ukrop Way (formerly Campus Drive or Botetourt Drive) and Jamestown Road, southeast of [[Jones Hall]].  It opened for use in 1972 and housed the Marshall-Wythe Institute, the John Marshall Papers, and the Departments of History, Sociology, Government, and Economics.  It was renamed Richard Lee Morton Hall in 1973 and designated the Social Science Building.
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'''Morton Hall''' is located at the intersection of Ukrop Way (formerly Campus Drive or Botetourt Drive) and Jamestown Road, southeast of [[Jones Hall]].  It opened for use in 1972 and housed the Marshall-Wythe Institute, the John Marshall Papers, and the Departments of History, Sociology, Government, and Economics.  It was renamed [[Richard Lee Morton]] Hall in 1973 to honor the long-time College of William and Mary professor and designated the Social Science Building.
  
The Religion Department moved out of Morton Hall in the summer of 1980.  Morton Hall also underwent asbestos removal in 1981.
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The Religion Department moved out of Morton Hall in the summer of 1980.  Morton Hall underwent asbestos removal in 1981.
  
 
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Revision as of 23:45, 6 May 2009

Morton Hall

Morton Hall is located at the intersection of Ukrop Way (formerly Campus Drive or Botetourt Drive) and Jamestown Road, southeast of Jones Hall. It opened for use in 1972 and housed the Marshall-Wythe Institute, the John Marshall Papers, and the Departments of History, Sociology, Government, and Economics. It was renamed Richard Lee Morton Hall in 1973 to honor the long-time College of William and Mary professor and designated the Social Science Building.

The Religion Department moved out of Morton Hall in the summer of 1980. Morton Hall underwent asbestos removal in 1981.

References

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