Alumna donates to Swem

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October 28, 2008

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H. Elizabeth McLeod ’83 M.B.A. ’91 and her husband, J. Goodenow Tyler III of Norfolk have donated $2.5 million to the College of William and Mary’s library system. Their gift provides $1.5 million to the Earl Gregg Swem Library and $1 million to the Mason School of Business library. This gift is the largest in Swem’s history, and the business school’s future facility, Alan B. Miller Hall, will include library space named in honor of McLeod.

“Because a library is the heart of any academic community, Bee and Goody’s support for libraries at William and Mary is especially meaningful,” College President Taylor Reveley said in a press release. “We are very grateful for this gift and the good it will do now and far into the future.”

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