Michael Johnson George Mason University history C0266
Published by George Mason University Libraries
Michael Johnson attended George Mason College in the mid-1960s. A student athlete, Johnson was a talented basketball and baseball player according to a 1968 news article. His time at Mason was marked by the transition from two-year junior college to four-year college, and the school became a full independent university a few years after his graduation.
The collection contains a small assortment of items that document the history of George Mason College and George Mason University during the mid 1960s and early 1970s. The items include a beanie, newspaper clippings about the school and about Michael Johnson dating from 1965-1968, and a diploma case with two examples of the first diplomas given by the independent George Mason University in 1972.
The collection is organized by format.
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George Mason University.
Universities and colleges--History.
Michael Johnson George Mason University history collection, #C0266, Special Collections Research Center, George Mason University Libraries.
Donated by Michael Johnson before 2008.
Processed by Special Collections Research Center staff. Processing completed by Elizabeth Beckman in May 2015. EAD markup completed by Elizabeth Beckman in May 2015.