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Two story brick house with balcony and covered porch, surrounded by trees
Delta Gamma House
Acquired by the College: 1928
Previous Names: Graham House #2, Richmond Road Dormitory (1932-1940), Gamma Phi Beta House (1940-1986)
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The Delta Gamma House at William & Mary was also known as Graham House #2 and the George H Graham House. It was located at 129 Richmond Road. In 1927, it was purchased by the Williamsburg Holding from W.A.R. Goodwin for $13,000.00. (Acc. 1982.45 under Budget-Graham House) On December 2, 1931, it was purchased by the College from the Williamsburg Holding Corporation. From 1932 through 1940, it was the Richmond Road Dormitory. From 1940-1986, it was the Gamma Phi Beta House. (C.J. Duke to Marian E. Craft, May 20, 1940, Acc. 1979.35 under Fraternities-1939-40) In 1986, it became home to the Delta Gamma.


  • University Archives Buildings File (2007), Graham House, Earl Gregg Swem Library, The College of William & Mary.

Material in the Special Collections Research Center

  • 1905 Catalogue, p. 52
  • The Flat Hat student newspaper; search the index available in the SCRC by person's name, student group name, event, or topical heading.
  • Colonial Echo yearbook


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