Valentine Richmond History Center - Overview

The mission of the Richmond History Center is to engage, educate, and challenge a diverse audience

  1. Domenick Casuccio
    The mission of the Richmond History Center is to engage, educate, and challenge a diverse audience
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    Valentine Richmond History Center - Overview
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    • 1. Overview
    • 2. Mann Valentine
    • 3. Valentine Meat Juice Factory
    • 4. Valentine Brothers
    • 5. China Room China Room
    • 6. Wickham Rear Exterior
    • 7. Wickham Library
    • 8. Wickham Dining Room
    • 9. Robert E. Lee Sculpture
    • 10. Edward V. Valentine’s Studio
    • 11. Silk Evening Dress
    • 12. Quilt
    • 13. c. 1810 Cotton Dress
    • 14. Quilt
    • 15. Sally Sue Hats
    • 16. Women’s Clothing
    • 17. Boys Pink Short Suit 1924, Lavender Romper 1920
    • 18. Patrol Officer Uniform Richmond Bureau of Police 1984
    • 19. Red Dress
    • 20. Egyptian Building – CC
    • 21. Capitol
    • 22. Main St. Spotswood Hotel Ruins
    • 23. Van Lew House Rear
    • 24. Reconstruction Leaders
    • 25. Emancipation Day
    • 26. First African Baptist Church
    • 27. Dump Behind White House of the Confederacy
    • 28. Making Cigars
    • 29. Interior of Richmond Locomotive Works 115 E. Broad St.
    • 30. Female Bus Driver c. 1940
    • 31. Flood Marshes May 14, 1924
    • 32. Monument Ave. – Lee Monument
    • 33. Lee Monument Being Erected
    • 34. Haxall Flour Mill
    • 35. Bell Tower Capitol Sq. 1912
    • 36. Flower Market, 6th St.
    • 37. Sit In at Murphey’s – 1960s
    • 38. Thalhimers
    • 39. Rusty Wallice Pit Crew Member – 1990
    • 40. Line to Purchase Tickets at Capitol Theater
    • 41. Capitol Street
    • 42. Forest Hill Park Rollercoaster – Dip the Dip
    • 43. 17th St. and Main
    • 44. Tools
    • 45. Silver Plated Candlesticks
    • 46. Ballot Box
    • 47. Jim Crow – Racism and Reaction in the New South
    • 48. Howdy Doody
    • 49. c. 1805
    • 50. Richea Myers Marx – c. 1825
    • 51. James Armistead Lafayette
    • 52. John Marshall
    • 53. Capitol
    • 54. Richmond – 1840s
    • 55. Episcopal Church at Richmond Virginia 1831
    • 56. Washington Monument
    • 57. Richmond Burning
    • 58. Lincoln in Richmond
    • 59. Territorial Growth of Richmond – 1931
    • 60. Insurance Policy
    • 61. Shockoe Machine Works – 1884
    • 62. Virginia – 1858
    • 63. Tobacco Ad
    • 64. Meat Juice
    • 65. Miller and Rhodes Clock
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