'The problem is to provide facilities for nine fraternities on the south campus of the University of New Mexico. The complex should have facilities for 300 men live-in. Dining facilities for 360 men, with one central kitchen should provide maximum space for special occasions. The possibility of separate dining areas for each fraternity with some type of removable partitions for large gatherings, to be used by one or two fraternities at a time should be investigated .
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Sanchez, Robert H. Jr.. "A Design Program for a Fraternity House Complex for the Development of the South Campus of the University of New Mexico." (1966). https://digitalrepository.unm.edu/arch_etds/125