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The construction of Randolph Hall, a men's dormitory, was featured in "The Romance and Renaissance of the College of William & Mary in Virginia" (1924). It was proposed to be the same size and capacity of Monroe Memorial Hall providing rooms for 140 of the students then quartered in "war barrack structures" (the Penniman Building) and dilapidated buildings such as the Old Deanery. The amount needed for construction was listed as $192,000.


  • "The Romance and Renaissance of the College of William & Mary in Virginia," Endowment Association, 1924, p. 19.


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