Guide to the University of New Hampshire at Manchester Facilities Files, 1985-2000
Collection number: UA 21/1/8
Size: 1 box
About the University of New Hampshire, Merrimack Valley Branch
In 1985, Gov. John Sununu signed into law a bill making the Merrimack Valley College
the sixth college of the University of New Hampshire. The University of New
Hampshire at Manchester (UNHM) provides access to UNH associate, bachelor and
graduate degree programs for people who live and work in central New Hampshire. UNH
Manchester has the same admission, general education and graduation requirements as
the main, residential campus in Durham. Innovative, interdisciplinary and practical
liberal arts and applied programs reflect the college's urban mission and proactive
response to the needs of area business and industry. The campus includes the main
building, University Center, at 400 Commercial Street and the fourth floor at 286
Commercial Street in Manchester's historic mill yard.
About the University of New Hampshire at Manchester Facilities Files
This collection contains papers relating to the buildings and facilities of
This collection is open. Please note, the MVB files are housed in the Library
Storage Building and require 24 hour notice for retrieval.
Copyright is retained by the University of New Hampshire.
[Identification of item], University of New Hampshire at Manchester Facilities Files,
1985-2000, UA 21/1/8, Milne Special Collections and Archives, University of New
Hampshire Library, Durham, NH, USA.
These records were transferred from the University of New Hampshire-Manchester
Library in March 2002.
|Box 3, Folder 1||Dec. 1985-Feb. 1986||Lavallee/Bresinger Project Study, Plan, and
|Box 3, Folder 2||Jan. 1990-Nov. 1995||Jefferson Mill and Millyard Correspondence|
|Box 3, Folder 3||1991||Facility proposals papers|
|Box 3, Folder 4||1991||UNH at Nashua Site Agreement|
|Box 3, Folder 5||1992-1993||Space Utilization and needs correspondence|
|Box 3, Folder 6||1993-Nov. 1995||Urban Campus Task Force Correspondence and Reports|
|Box 3, Folder 7||Nov. 1994||Lavallee/Bresinger Architects Feasibility Programming and
|Box 3, Folder 8||June 2, 2000||Closing of French Hall|