Thiemes House

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Thiemes House, once located on Richmond Road across from Blow Memorial Hall was the home of the William and Mary Human Resources Department.

Thieme's House, 2008

Named for: Mr. & Mrs. A.K. Thieme

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At one time the house was a Dining Room and Inn run by Mr. & Mrs. A.K. Thieme. They advertised in the Flat Hat circa 1947-1950. A menu of the restaurant, circa 1950, can be found in the SCRC's Williamsburg (Va.) Ephemera Collection.

In 2011 Thiemes House was raised to make room for Tribe Square.

Material in the Special Collections Research Center


  • University Archives Buildings File (2007). Adair Gymnasium. Earl Gregg Swem Library, The College of William and Mary, Williamsburg, Virginia

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