- In All Then & Now Posts • Other Buildings and Locations • Structural
- Tagged with 1910s • 2010s • building • Commuter Student Services • judicial affairs • marye • Marye House • res life • residence life • spanish house • Student Life • UMW
Originally named Ridge Crest, Marye House was constructed in the 1910s as the President’s residence, but over the years its purpose has varied. It has been used as a student residence hall, the Spanish house1, and is used today as the Office of Residence Life and Commuter Student Services, Judicial Affairs and Community Responsibility, and the Dean of Student Life.
- William B. Crawley, Jr., University of Mary Washington: A Centennial History, 1908-2008 (Fredericksburg: University of Mary Washington Foundation, 2008), 11. ↩