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Taylor Building

Sold by the College: 2007

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The Accounts Payable Department of the College of William and Mary was located in the Taylor Building at 632 Prince George Street. The Taylor Building is behind the Thiemes House, which is across Richmond Road from Blow Memorial Hall. In October, 2007, Accounts Payable moved into Blow Hall and the Taylor Building reverted back to the original owners. In 2011 the Taylor building and Thiemes House were raised to make room for Tribe Square.

Material in the Special Collections Research Center


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

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