Williamsburg, Jamestown, and Yorktown, Va. Photographs
Scope and Contents
35 photographs of Colonial Williamsburg, Jamestown, and Yorktown. The Williamsburg photographs show Duke of Gloucester Street before its renovation by Rockefeller. Included are pictures of the Wren Building of the College of William and Mary including a photo of the chapel guttet to show the crypt. There are also pictures of the Govenor's Mansion, Bruton Parish Church, the Magazine Building, Court House, and pictures of the downtown business buildings of Williamsburg busines. Jamestown pictures are mostly landscape photos as are the Yorktown photographs. There are two aerial photographs and one close up of the Yorktown monument.
- Creation: 1890-1930
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Immediate Source of Acquisition
Gift of Nancy Messick-Ray.
- Guide to the Williamsburg, Jamestown, and Yorktown, Va. Photographs
- Christina R Luers, CA
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