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Madison College

 Organization

Found in 11 Collections and/or Records:

A Stadium for Madison College, 1974

 Item — Flat File: 26
Identifier: SC 0210. Series 1

Control Surveys and Monuments, 1940 March 26

 Item — Flat File: 2
Identifier: UA 0047
Scope and Content

Architect: Comm. Virginia...Section of Institutional Engineering Material Type: blueprint

Dates: 1940 March 26

Madison College Site Plans, 1974

 Item — Flat File: 1
Identifier: SC 0210. Series 1
Scope and Content From the Series: Series 1: James Madison University, 1949-1986, includes approximately 1,200 sheets of architectural drawings, sketches, and other documents regarding original designs for James Madison University, as well as structures the university acquired after their construction. Notable projects include Rockingham Memorial Hospital, the School of Education's Memorial Hall (formerly Harrisonburg High School), and the JMU football stadium. This series is arranged in roughly the order in which it was...
Dates: 1974

Madison College Site plans, undated

 Item — Flat File: 44
Identifier: SC 0210. Series 1

Newman Estate Located in Harrisonburg, VA. Adjoining Madison College on East Side, 1958

 Item — Box: OV 2, Folder: 4
Identifier: SC 0050. Series 2. Item Map 387
Contents From the Series:

Series 2: Maps, 1903-1982 (bulk 1903-1956) consists of large-sized maps contained within six folders in the Special Collections map drawers, small-sized maps contained within ten folders in two oversized flat boxes, laminated maps contained within two folders in one oversized flat box, and oversized maps that were too large to be to be adequately stored within the map case. Series 2 is arranged chronologically.

Dates: 1958

Plat Showing the Widening and Relocating of Proposed Road Leading to Madison College Through the Lots and Land of Newman and Ewing, Harrisonburg, VA., 1959

 Item — Box: OV 2, Folder: 4
Identifier: SC 0050. Series 2. Item Map 389
Contents From the Series:

Series 2: Maps, 1903-1982 (bulk 1903-1956) consists of large-sized maps contained within six folders in the Special Collections map drawers, small-sized maps contained within ten folders in two oversized flat boxes, laminated maps contained within two folders in one oversized flat box, and oversized maps that were too large to be to be adequately stored within the map case. Series 2 is arranged chronologically.

Dates: 1959