Jewish Synagogue
Title:
Jewish Synagogue
Richmond Virginia (VA), Divided Back unused

Description:
Franklin and Ryland Street.


Richmond College
Title:
Richmond College
Richmond Virginia (VA), Divided Back PM 1909 Nov-30



Murphy's Hotel
Title:
Murphy's Hotel
Richmond Virginia (VA), White Border PM 1937 Nov-7


Masonic Building
Title:
Masonic Building
Richmond Virginia (VA), White Border unused



Murphy's Hotel and Connecting Annexes
Title:
Murphy's Hotel and Connecting Annexes
Richmond Virginia (VA), White Border unused

Description:
This magnificent hotel, the largest in Virginia, is located in the heart of the city and in the center of the shopping and theatrical district. It enjoys a large patronage of travelers and tourists and s famous as the headquarters for conventions and nationwide gatherings. C. T. American Art


Entrance to Hollywood
Title:
Entrance to Hollywood
Richmond Virginia (VA), Divided Back unused



Capitol Square
Title:
Capitol Square
Richmond Virginia (VA), Post Card (Undivided Back) PM 1905 Jul-21


Capitol Square
Title:
Capitol Square
Richmond Virginia (VA), Post Card (Undivided Back)



Greetings from Virginia
Title:
Greetings from Virginia
Richmond Virginia (VA), Chrome unused

Description:
The Old Dominion State State Capital: Richmond State Flower: Dogwood Area: 40,815 Sq. Miles Va. Ranks 15th in Population


Greetings from Virginia
Title:
Greetings from Virginia
Richmond Virginia (VA), Linen PM 1951 May-10

Description:
State Flower American Dogwood Nickname - Old Dominion 1940 Population - 2,677,773 Area in Sq. Miles - 42,627 Entered the Union, June 25, 1788



Greetings from Richmond, Virginia
Title:
Greetings from Richmond, Virginia
Richmond Virginia (VA), Linen unused

Description:
Tichnor Brothers Inc.


Greetings from Richmond, Virginia
Title:
Greetings from Richmond, Virginia
Richmond Virginia (VA), Linen PM 1946 Aug-15

Description:
Colourpicture Publishers Inc



Greetings from Richmond, Virginia
Title:
Greetings from Richmond, Virginia
Richmond Virginia (VA), Linen PM 1943 Jun-24

Description:
Colourpicture Publishers Inc


City Motel
Title:
City Motel
Richmond Virginia (VA), Chrome unused



Old Libby Prison
Title:
Old Libby Prison
Richmond Virginia (VA), Divided Back unused


Murphy's Hotel
Title:
Murphy's Hotel
Richmond Virginia (VA), Divided Back PM 1910 May-8

Description:
Eighth and Broad Streets. Murphy's has grown from a one-room oyster restaurant to its present commanding size and capacity, throwing out a tentacle across 8th Street in the process. It has recently attracted to itself a new body, called The Annex. The cuisine and service at this famous hostelry have gained for it an enviable reputation. It is the recognized political headquarters of Virginia's solons.



Tomb of Jefferson Davis
Title:
Tomb of Jefferson Davis
Richmond Virginia (VA), Divided Back unused


Y.M.C.A., Richmond, Virginia
Title:
Y.M.C.A., Richmond, Virginia
Richmond Virginia (VA), Linen unused

Description:
This new, strictly modern fireproof building to be completed early in 1942 will offer a swimming pool; two gymnasiums; club rooms; home-like dormitory rooms; a chapel; 4 wall handball courts; a health club; a craft shop, and every modern Y.M.C.A. feature. The Richmond News Company



Interior of St. John's Church
Title:
Interior of St. John's Church
Richmond Virginia (VA), Post Card (Undivided Back) PM 1905 Jan-25


Main St. W. from 12th St.
Title:
Main St. W. from 12th St.
Richmond Virginia (VA), Divided Back PM 1909 Sep-8



Lee Circle, Monument Avenue
Title:
Lee Circle, Monument Avenue
Richmond Virginia (VA), Divided Back PM 1914 Apr-10

Description:
Lee Circle, containing the splendid equestrian statue of Gen'l Robt. E. Lee, is located on Monument Ave. in the heart of the handsome residential section of Richmond. The statue was designed by Mercié, and is a magnificent tribute to the 'idol of the South'. It was unveiled May 30th, 1890, by Gen'l Joseph E. Johnson, and was the occasion for the greatest reunion of Confederate Veterans ever held.


The American Tobacco Company Research Laboratory
Title:
The American Tobacco Company Research Laboratory
Richmond Virginia (VA), Chrome unused

Description:
Over: A large, modern Lucky Strike plant in Richmond, Virginia, where millions of carefully-controlled, precision-made cigarettes are made every day. Inset: The American Tobacco Company Research Laboratory, also in Richmond. This is the most modern and fully equipped tobacco research laboratory in America.



University of Richmond
Title:
University of Richmond
Richmond Virginia (VA), Linen unused

Description:
Colourpicture Publishers, Inc.


Howard Johnson's ice Cream Shoppe and Restaurant
Title:
Howard Johnson's ice Cream Shoppe and Restaurant
Richmond Virginia (VA), Linen PM 1953 Dec-18



Veterans Hospital
Title:
Veterans Hospital
Richmond Virginia (VA), White Border unused


City Hall
Title:
City Hall
Richmond Virginia (VA), Post Card (Undivided Back) PM 1908 Aug-4



Libby Prison
Title:
Libby Prison
Richmond Virginia (VA), Post Card (Undivided Back) unused


Panorama of Capitol Square
Title:
Panorama of Capitol Square
Richmond Virginia (VA), Post Card (Undivided Back) PM 1906 Jan-16



University of Richmond
Title:
University of Richmond
Richmond Virginia (VA), White Border PM 1935 May-22


Theatre Row
Title:
Theatre Row
Richmond Virginia (VA), White Border PM 1911 Sep-21



Chesterfield's Cigarette Factory
Title:
Chesterfield's Cigarette Factory
Richmond Virginia (VA), Chrome unused


Confederate Soldiers and Sailors Monument
Title:
Confederate Soldiers and Sailors Monument
Richmond Virginia (VA), Divided Back unused



Old St. John's Church
Title:
Old St. John's Church
Richmond Virginia (VA), Divided Back unused


Entrance of Hollywood Cemetery
Title:
Entrance of Hollywood Cemetery
Richmond Virginia (VA), Divided Back unused



Cathedral of the Sacred Heart
Title:
Cathedral of the Sacred Heart
Richmond Virginia (VA), Divided Back unused


Old Capitol
Title:
Old Capitol
Richmond Virginia (VA), Divided Back unused

Description:
As it was during Confederacy.



C. & O. & S.A.L. Depot
Title:
C. & O. & S.A.L. Depot
Richmond Virginia (VA), Divided Back unused


Colonial Hotel Court
Title:
Colonial Hotel Court
Richmond Virginia (VA), Linen



Motel Cavalier Manor
Title:
Motel Cavalier Manor
Richmond Virginia (VA), Chrome unused


Theatre Row, Broad Street between 8th and 9th Street
Title:
Theatre Row, Broad Street between 8th and 9th Street
Richmond Virginia (VA), Divided Back



Philip Morris Manufacturing Center
Title:
Philip Morris Manufacturing Center
Richmond Virginia (VA), Chrome unused

Description:
Philip Morris's Manufacturing Center, located in south Richmond, Virginia on I-95. The Manufacturing Center is part of an Operations Center, which also includes Research & Development, Finance, and Engineering. Currently producing more than 400 million cigarettes per day, the manufacturing facility will have a capacity of 140 billion cigarettes per year, making it the largest cigarette producing facility in the world


Broad Street
Title:
Broad Street
Richmond Virginia (VA), Chrome PM 1953 Apr-13

Description:
BROAD STREET, Richmond, Virginia, the City's principal retail and theatre district. The tall building is the Central National Bank, tallest building in Richmond



John Marshall High School, Marshall and 8th Streets
Title:
John Marshall High School, Marshall and 8th Streets
Richmond Virginia (VA), White Border unused

Description:
This building is erected on property originally owned by Chief Justice John Marshall, one of Virginia's most distinguished statesmen. The total cost was $750,000.00, and is a model of modern school architecture. The building was designed by Chas. K. Bryant, Architect, Richmond, Va. The old John Marshall House stands on the southeast corner of the school campus, and is used as the permanent home of the ASsociation for Preservation of Virginia Antiquities


Richmond College, Dormitory No 2
Title:
Richmond College, Dormitory No 2
Richmond Virginia (VA), White Border unused



Broad Street
Title:
Broad Street
Richmond Virginia (VA), White Border PM 1926 Jun-15

Description:
Broad Street is true to its name, being nearly twice as wide as any other street in Richmond. It extends in a straight line the full length of the City, and is equally broad at all points. By night it is brilliantly illuminated, and its Great White Way, lined with handsome stores and shops, with their attractive displays, presents a scene of alluring beauty, and makes it a favorite promenade. This view (looking east from 6th street) shows a portion of the busy shopping and hotel district on the right, and the famous movie district on the left


Bird's Eye View of City and James River from Hollywood Cemetery
Title:
Bird's Eye View of City and James River from Hollywood Cemetery
Richmond Virginia (VA), Divided Back unused



James River Looking West from Richmond, Va
Title:
James River Looking West from Richmond, Va
Richmond Virginia (VA), Divided Back unused


Hotel Richmond
Title:
Hotel Richmond
Richmond Virginia (VA), Chrome unused

Description:
Grace Street at 9th, Across from Historic Capitol Square



Hotel John Marshall
Title:
Hotel John Marshall
Richmond Virginia (VA), Chrome unused

Description:
Fifth and Franklin Streets


Libby Prison
Title:
Libby Prison
Richmond Virginia (VA), Post Card (Undivided Back) PM 1909 May-6



Broad Street
Title:
Broad Street
Richmond Virginia (VA), Post Card (Undivided Back) PM 1905 Mar-1


Hotel John Marshall
Title:
Hotel John Marshall
Richmond Virginia (VA), Linen unused



Cavalier Manor Motel
Title:
Cavalier Manor Motel
Richmond Virginia (VA), Linen unused

Description:
US Route #1 - 2 1/2 miles north. Luxuriously furnished rooms, complete with individual televisions and telephones - wall to wall carpets - private ceramic tile baths. Completely air conditioned. For reservations call: Richmond 6-2562. Mailing address: RFD #2


Cavalier Manor Motel
Title:
Cavalier Manor Motel
Richmond Virginia (VA), Linen PM 1955 Jun-27



Park Motel and Cottages
Title:
Park Motel and Cottages
Richmond Virginia (VA), Linen


Monument to Confederate Dead
Title:
Monument to Confederate Dead
Richmond Virginia (VA), Divided Back PM 1909 May-13



Hotel Richmond
Title:
Hotel Richmond
Richmond Virginia (VA), Divided Back PM 1914 Feb-18

Description:
Ninth and Grace Streets. This ten story perfectly appointed hotel with almost accommodation for 1000 people is superbly situated with faces the scenic and historic view point. Facing Capital Street and its statues of famous Virginians and across the street from the church where President Jefferson Davis and Gen. Robert E. Lee attended services, the charming location is enhanced by historic association. Contributive features to the splendid service of this hotel are its beautiful roof garden, its auditorium accommodating 1000, and its lobby artistically finished in Italian marble. This costly edifice is valued at approximately one million dollars


Broad Street, Looking East
Title:
Broad Street, Looking East
Richmond Virginia (VA), White Border unused



Hotel Richmond, Richmond, VA
Title:
Hotel Richmond, Richmond, VA
Richmond Virginia (VA), White Border unused

Description:
Hotel Richmond, Ninth and Grace Streets Richmond, VA The twelve story perfectly appointed hotel with guest accommodations for 1000 people is superbly situated both from the scenic and the historic viewpoint. Facing Capitol Square with its statues of famous Virginians and across the street from the church where President Jefferson Davis and Gen. Robert E. Lee attended services, the charming location is enhanced by historic association. Contributive features to the splendid service of this hotel are its beautiful roof-garden, its capacious auditorium accommodating 1,000, and its lobby, artistically finished in Italian marble. This costly edifice is valued at approximately one and 1/2 million dollars


Life Insurance Co., of Virginia
Title:
Life Insurance Co., of Virginia
Richmond Virginia (VA), White Border unused

Description:
Capitol Square, Richmond, Va. On the right is the Washington Equestrian Statue, a tribute to a glorious assemblage of patriots and statesmen, and on the left is the magnificent structure of the Life Insurance Company of Virginia. A modern up-to-date fireproof building erected in 1912, and owned and occupied by the above named company chartered in 1871



Princess Lee Motel
Title:
Princess Lee Motel
Richmond Virginia (VA), Chrome unused

Description:
On U.S. Route #1 - 3 miles North of Richmond, Virginia 3 miles off U.S. Route #301 2 miles North of Richmond - Petersburg Turnpike (Exit 16) Excellent Restaurant - Swimming Pool "Air Conditioned" - Television 24 Hour Service 62 Rooms - 40 in French Provincial Decor. Telephone Richmond COlony 6-2444 Mailing Address: P. O. Box 9487, Richmond, Va


Princess Lee Motel
Title:
Princess Lee Motel
Richmond Virginia (VA), Chrome unused



The Virginia State Capitol
Title:
The Virginia State Capitol
Richmond Virginia (VA), Divided Back PM Aug-5

Description:
Located in the city of Richmond, is a handsome structure designed originally by Thomas Jefferson, and recently enlarged. Virginia was one of the thirteen original states and is known as the "Mother of Presidents," five of her sons having held that office, and as the "Mother of States," having been the first settled state in the original thirteen. Virginia is also known as the "Old Dominion." It has an area of 42,430 square miles


The Monumental Church
Title:
The Monumental Church
Richmond Virginia (VA), Divided Back

Description:
Broad Street below Twelfth. Erected in 1814 on the site of the theatre burned in 181



Quality Inn Intown
Title:
Quality Inn Intown
Richmond Virginia (VA), Chrome unused

Description:
Interstate 95, Robin Hood Road & Hermitage Road


Three Views Of The Martha Kay Motel
Title:
Three Views Of The Martha Kay Motel
Richmond Virginia (VA), Chrome unused

Description:
Room, telephones. Martha Kay Motel. U.S. Highways 1 and 301. Petersburg Pike, 4 miles south of Richmond, Virginia. From Interstate #95, take Exit 6A to U.S. 1 and 301. Turn right 2 blocks. Tiled baths, tubs and showers. Wall-to-wall carpets. Air conditioned. Television. Restaurant adjoining. P.O. address: 8811 Jefferson Davis Hwy., Richmond, Virginia 23234, Phone: 275-1421



State Library
Title:
State Library
Richmond Virginia (VA), Divided Back PM 1908 Sep-1


State Capitol
Title:
State Capitol
Richmond Virginia (VA), Post Card (Undivided Back) unused



Howard Johnson's Ice Cream Shoppe and Restaurant
Title:
Howard Johnson's Ice Cream Shoppe and Restaurant
Richmond Virginia (VA), Linen PM Aug-27

Description:
"The Home of Fine Foods and Ice Cream served in the famous Howard Johnson style."


Wigwam Auto Court
Title:
Wigwam Auto Court
Richmond Virginia (VA), Linen PM 1949 Dec-30

Description:
US No.1, 7 miles north of Richmond



Jefferson Hotel
Title:
Jefferson Hotel
Richmond Virginia (VA), Divided Back


Jefferson Davis Memorial
Title:
Jefferson Davis Memorial
Richmond Virginia (VA), Divided Back PM 1912 Sep-18



Monument to Confederate Dead, Hollywood
Title:
Monument to Confederate Dead, Hollywood
Richmond Virginia (VA), Divided Back PM 1913 Sep-30


Soldiers and Sailors Monument, Libby Hill Park
Title:
Soldiers and Sailors Monument, Libby Hill Park
Richmond Virginia (VA), Divided Back



"Elks Rest", (Hollywood Cemetery)
Title:
"Elks Rest", (Hollywood Cemetery)
Richmond Virginia (VA), Divided Back PM 1910 May-30

Description:
This beautiful burial plot occupies a commanding height, overlooking the "Davis Section." It is owned and maintained by Richmond Lodge BPOE. As in life, so in death, members of this benevolent order are tenderly cared for. The granite columns to the right marks the "resting place" of General Fitzburgh Lee


Tomb of James Monroe, Hollywood
Title:
Tomb of James Monroe, Hollywood
Richmond Virginia (VA), Divided Back PM 1912 Sep-18



Broad Street Looking East
Title:
Broad Street Looking East
Richmond Virginia (VA), Chrome unused

Description:
The capital of Virginia since 1779, Richmond is an important industrial and commercial center. The city is famous for its historical shrines


Country Club of Virginia
Title:
Country Club of Virginia
Richmond Virginia (VA), White Border unused

Description:
Located at Rio Vista about 6 miles West of Richmond



Country Club of Virginia
Title:
Country Club of Virginia
Richmond Virginia (VA), White Border unused

Description:
C T. American Art Colored This splendid building, the home of the Country Club of Virginia, with a membership of about 3100 said to be the largest in USA, is located at Rio Vista, about 6 miles west of Richmond. The site overlooks a winding sweep of the James River, and the wooded heights of Chesterfield County on the opposite shore. In point of comfort, convenience and the general character of its appointments it is not surpassed by any Country Club in the US


City Hall, from State Capitol, showing Stonewall Jackson Monument
Title:
City Hall, from State Capitol, showing Stonewall Jackson Monument
Richmond Virginia (VA), White Border



Street View of the New Union Station
Title:
Street View of the New Union Station
Richmond Virginia (VA), White Border unused


State Penitentiary
Title:
State Penitentiary
Richmond Virginia (VA), White Border unused

Description:
View from Gambles Hill Park



Oldest Masonic Bldg. in US, Franklin Between 18th and 19th Sts
Title:
Oldest Masonic Bldg. in US, Franklin Between 18th and 19th Sts
Richmond Virginia (VA), White Border unused

Description:
Erected in 1785, owned and occupied by Richmond Randolph Lodge No. 19, AF & AM, is the first edifice ever built in the United States exclusively for Masonic purposes. The records of this lodge show that John Marshall, Gen'l Lafayette, together with many other statesmen, soldiers, and citizens of International renown have attended its stated communications


Libby Prison
Title:
Libby Prison
Richmond Virginia (VA), White Border unused

Description:
Thousands of Federal officers were imprisoned in this famous building, formerly located at 20th and Cary. Sts., during the war. On one occasion 19 men successfully effected their escape by tunnelling under its walls. Was dismantled in 1893, re-erected in Chicago for exhibition during the World's Fair and is now there



John Marshall High School (Marshall and Eighth Sts.)
Title:
John Marshall High School (Marshall and Eighth Sts.)
Richmond Virginia (VA), White Border unused

Description:
This building is erected on property originally owned by Chief Justice John Marshall, one of Virginia's most distinguished statesmen. The total cost was $750,000.00 and is a model of modern school architecture. The building was designed by Chas. K. Bryant, Architect, Richmond, Va. The old John Marshall House stands on the southeast corner of the school campus, and is used as the permanent home of the Association for Preservation of Virginia Antiquities


The Capitol Hotel
Title:
The Capitol Hotel
Richmond Virginia (VA), Linen unused

Description:
8th and Grace Streets. Fireproof. Single room, from $1.50. Double, add $1.00. Special rate to groups



Hollycrest Motel
Title:
Hollycrest Motel
Richmond Virginia (VA), Linen unused


Lobby, Hotel Jefferson
Title:
Lobby, Hotel Jefferson
Richmond Virginia (VA), Linen unused

Description:
The Jefferson Hotel is one of Richmond's finest and most beautiful hostelries. It covers over an acre of ground space and is built of white brick, stone and marble. This view shows the magnificence of the lobby with its spacious promenades and grand staircase. The hotel has 430 beautifully appointed rooms and every facility for the guests' comfort and pleasure



Liggett & Myers' Great Modern Cigarette Factory
Title:
Liggett & Myers' Great Modern Cigarette Factory
Richmond Virginia (VA), Chrome PM 1963 May-21

Description:
You are invited to a fascinating your, conducted by attractive hostesses, to show you how milder Chesterfields and L&M Filters are made in this great, modern cigarette factory at Sixth and Cary Streets. Visiting hours 8:00 to 11:15 am and 12:30 to 3:00 pm. Mondays through Fridays


Central YMCA
Title:
Central YMCA
Richmond Virginia (VA), Divided Back unused

Description:
The new Central YMCA building in beauty of its architectural features and completeness of its equipment, is without a doubt one of the finest Association buildings in the US. Cost, fully completed and equipped, about $300,000, of this amount over $200,000 was subscribed by the citizens of Richmond in an enthusiastic campaign limited to 15 days, thus establishing a "world's record." Contains 93 sleeping apartments, with hot and cold water in each; also bowling alleys, billiard and pool rooms, auditorium 20 x 60; gymnasium 48x98; barber shop; lunch room, etc



Lobby, Jefferson Hotel
Title:
Lobby, Jefferson Hotel
Richmond Virginia (VA), White Border unused

Description:
The Jefferson Hotel occupies more than an acre of ground space and embodies in its construction the most modern and approved idea. The building is of white brick, stone and marble and in the view of the main lobby or salon here shown the marble effect appears carried out in all details of interior finishing; the massive and ornate being blended with the most admirable results. The gallery above and around the lobby or salon affords a spacious promenade. The hotel contains 430 guest chambers, all well lighted, ventilated, and luxuriously furnished and finished


Lobby, Jefferson Hotel
Title:
Lobby, Jefferson Hotel
Richmond Virginia (VA), White Border unused

Description:
The Jefferson Hotel occupies more than an acre of ground space and embodies in its construction the most modern and approved ideas. The building is of white brick, stone and marble and in the view of the main lobby or salon here shown the marble effect appears carried out in all details of interior finishing: the massive and ornate being blended with the most admirable results. The gallery above and around the lobby or salon affords a spacious promenade. The hotel contains 430 guest chambers, all well lighted, ventilated, and luxuriously furnished and finished



The Mosque
Title:
The Mosque
Richmond Virginia (VA), Continental Chrome PM 1979

Description:
Built in 1927. One of the largest auditoriums on the East Coast of the United States. Seating for more than 3700 people and located at Laurel and Main Streets across from Monroe Park


State Capitol
Title:
State Capitol
Richmond Virginia (VA), Post Card (Undivided Back) PM 1906 Nov-16



Tomb of Jefferson Davis Hollywood
Title:
Tomb of Jefferson Davis Hollywood
Richmond Virginia (VA), Post Card (Undivided Back) unused


Libby Prison as it was During the War
Title:
Libby Prison as it was During the War
Richmond Virginia (VA), Post Card (Undivided Back)



Residence of General Robert E. Lee 1861-65
Title:
Residence of General Robert E. Lee 1861-65
Richmond Virginia (VA), Post Card (Undivided Back) PM 1910


Old St. John's Church
Title:
Old St. John's Church
Richmond Virginia (VA), Divided Back PM 1907 Jul-30



Looking Up Broad Street
Title:
Looking Up Broad Street
Richmond Virginia (VA), Chrome unused

Description:
Main street of the capital city - Richmond, Virginia. One of the most interesting cities in America, Richmond was named for Richmond-on-the-Thames in England


Richmond Auto Court
Title:
Richmond Auto Court
Richmond Virginia (VA), Chrome unused

Description:
7204 Washington Highway



Liggett & Myers Cigarette Factory
Title:
Liggett & Myers Cigarette Factory
Richmond Virginia (VA), Chrome PM 1963 Feb

Description:
You are invited to take a fascinating tour, conducted by attractive hostesses, to show you how milder Chesterfields and L & M Filters are made in this great, modern cigarette factory at Sixth & Cary Streets. Visiting hours 8:00 - 11:15 am and 12:30 to 3:30 pm Mondays through Fridays


View of Cigarette Factory
Title:
View of Cigarette Factory
Richmond Virginia (VA), Chrome PM 1963 Jun-24

Description:
You will enjoy a visit to this modern cigarette factory and see how L&M, Chesterfield and Lark cigarettes are made. You are invited to take a hostess-conducted tour through this modern cigarette factory conveniently located at Sixth & Cary Streets. Visiting hours 8:00 to 11:15 A.M. and 12:30 to 3:00 P.M. Monday through Friday



Hotel Raleigh
Title:
Hotel Raleigh
Richmond Virginia (VA), Linen unused

Description:
9th and Bank Streets


John Marshall House Letter
Title:
John Marshall House Letter
Richmond Virginia (VA), Divided Back unused

Description:
The home of Chief-Justice Marshall, built about 1789, was happily spared when its demolition was proposed some years ago, and is now restored and maintained by the Association for the Preservation of Virginia Antiquities



Terminal Building, Richard E. Byrd Airport
Title:
Terminal Building, Richard E. Byrd Airport
Richmond Virginia (VA), Linen unused

Description:
Completed in 1950, is a million dollar base for air lines providing service from Richmond to all points in North America. Marcellus Write & Son of Richmond, Architects


Lucky Strike Cigarette Plant - American Tobacco Company Research Laboratory
Title:
Lucky Strike Cigarette Plant - American Tobacco Company Research Laboratory
Richmond Virginia (VA), Linen PM 1955 Feb-24

Description:
A large, modern Lucky Strike plant in Richmond, Virginia, where millions of carefully-controlled, precision-made cigarettes are made every day. Inset: The American Tobacco Company Research Laboratory, also in Richmond. This is the most modern and fully equipped tobacco research laboratory in America



Residence of General Robert E. Lee 1861-1865
Title:
Residence of General Robert E. Lee 1861-1865
Richmond Virginia (VA), Divided Back unused


Confederate Museum, Jefferson Davis' Mansion
Title:
Confederate Museum, Jefferson Davis' Mansion
Richmond Virginia (VA), Divided Back unused



Lee Monument
Title:
Lee Monument
Richmond Virginia (VA), Divided Back unused


Monument to Confederate Dead, Hollywood
Title:
Monument to Confederate Dead, Hollywood
Richmond Virginia (VA), Divided Back unused



Old Bell House, Capitol Square
Title:
Old Bell House, Capitol Square
Richmond Virginia (VA), Divided Back PM 1916 Mar-12


Jefferson Hotel - Franklin Street Side
Title:
Jefferson Hotel - Franklin Street Side
Richmond Virginia (VA), Divided Back PM 1913 Feb-13



Bird's Eye View from First National Bank Building
Title:
Bird's Eye View from First National Bank Building
Richmond Virginia (VA), White Border

Description:
Bird's Eye View from First National Bank Bldg., Richmond, Va. This view, taken from one of Richmond's modern skyscrapers sows a Bird's eye view of the Capitol Square, which is located in the heart of the city. The Virgnia State Capitol stands in the centre of the square and beyond the Capitol may be seen the city Hall Building


Jefferson Hotel, Franklin, Jefferson and Main Sts
Title:
Jefferson Hotel, Franklin, Jefferson and Main Sts
Richmond Virginia (VA), White Border PM 1926 Sep-23

Description:
This magnificent Hotel was first opened to public patronage in 1895; it was erected by the late Maj. Lewis Ginter, at a cost of nearly two million dollars. Is not surpassed in point of architectural beauty and completeness of equipment by any other hotel in the Country. Ideally situated in the most desirable section of Richmond, within five minutes walk of the business center and shopping district



Richmond College
Title:
Richmond College
Richmond Virginia (VA), White Border unused


Libby Prison
Title:
Libby Prison
Richmond Virginia (VA), White Border PM 1919 Mar-20

Description:
In this famous building, which formerly stood on the corner of 20th & Cary Sts., thousands of Federal Officers were imprisoned during the War. On one ??? 19 successfully effected their escape by tunnelling under its walls. Was dismantled in 1893, re-erected in Chicago for exhibition purposes during the World's Fair and is now there



Jefferson Hotel
Title:
Jefferson Hotel
Richmond Virginia (VA), Chrome unused


City Hall
Title:
City Hall
Richmond Virginia (VA), Divided Back PM 1912 Mar-11

Description:
Facing Tenth and Broad Streets, this imposing edifice, constructed of Virginia granite at a cost of over $1,500,000 was completed in 1894. The various municipal courts, as well as the offices of the Chief of City Departements are housed here. Rising to a height of 180 feet from the ground to the balcony at the top of the clock tower, it has been the means for one unfortunate "weary of life" to hurl himself to his death some years ago



Colonial Inn Tourist Court and Restaurant
Title:
Colonial Inn Tourist Court and Restaurant
Richmond Virginia (VA), Linen unused

Description:
Colonial Inn Tourist Court and Restaurant On U.S. 60 1 block from city limits Richmond, Virginia Colonial Inn Located on U.S. 60 1 block west from city limits Richmond, Va. Excellent food and finest accommodations. Phone 82-9819. Mr. & Mrs. Beverly Pemberton A.B.C. Prop. P.O. Box RFD 9 Box 3 Richmond, Va


Richard E. Byrd Airport - Terminal Building
Title:
Richard E. Byrd Airport - Terminal Building
Richmond Virginia (VA), Linen unused

Description:
Completed in 1950



Jefferson Hotel, Main Lobby
Title:
Jefferson Hotel, Main Lobby
Richmond Virginia (VA), Linen unused

Description:
The Jefferson Hotel occupies more than an acre of ground space and embodies in its construction the most modern and approved idea. The building is of white brick, stone and marble and in the view of the main lobby or salon here shown the marble effect appears carried out in all details of interior finishing; the massive and ornate being blended with the most admirable results. The gallery above and around the lobby or salon affords a spacious promenade. The hotel contains 430 guest chambers, all well lighted, ventilated, and luxuriously furnished and finished


Motel Cavalier Manor
Title:
Motel Cavalier Manor
Richmond Virginia (VA), Linen PM 1954 Jun-2

Description:
US Route #1 - 2 1/2 miles North Richmond, Virginia. Luxuriously furnished rooms, complete with individual televisions and telephones; wall to wall carpets; private ceramic tile baths; completely air-conditioned; for reservations call: Richmond 6-2562; mailing address: RFD #2, Glen Allen, Virginia



Brook Run Lodge
Title:
Brook Run Lodge
Richmond Virginia (VA), Linen


Richmond Auto Court, U.S. 1
Title:
Richmond Auto Court, U.S. 1
Richmond Virginia (VA), Linen unused

Description:
7204 Washington Highway. Built and designed to meet the approval of the most discriminating tourist. Air conditioned cottages with television, private baths, garages, thermostatic heat controls, switchboard telephones, 24 hour service. 18 hole golf course adjoining property. Colonial dining room (air conditioned). Phone: 6-2394



Ford's Motor Court
Title:
Ford's Motor Court
Richmond Virginia (VA), Linen unused

Description:
US Highway No. 1 & 301. 10 miles south of Richmond, 10 miles north of Petersburg. Modern steam heated cabins, knotty pine interiors. Sealy rest beds. Family suites. Reasonable rates. Easy to find - hard to leave. Telephone 82-8959. Restaurant adjoining. Mr. & Mrs. T.R. Ford, Owners, Mgrs. PO Address, FR 15, Box 231


Post Office and Parcel Post Building
Title:
Post Office and Parcel Post Building
Richmond Virginia (VA), Linen PM Jan-7



University of Richmond
Title:
University of Richmond
Richmond Virginia (VA), Linen PM 1947 Oct-22

Description:
Founded in 1832, it was for the first eighty years of its history known as "Richmond College". IN 1920, its charter was amended and the present name adopted. Its grounds now embrace an area of nearly 300 acres about three miles west of the city, and possesses many features of great natural beauty. It is organized on the English system and has a faculty of sixty members and an attendance (1926) of nearly 1,250 students. Since 1903 Frederick W. Boatwright, LL.D. has been its President


Jefferson Davis Motel
Title:
Jefferson Davis Motel
Richmond Virginia (VA), Chrome unused

Description:
3314 Jefferson Davis Highway, Routes U.S. 1 & 301 South. Phones: BE 3-9275 & 2-0727. 3 miles South of Heart of City. 19 Ultra-Modern units. Air Conditioned. Family Units. City Fire & Police Protection. Dining Facilities. If using Toll Road exit 8 or 9. Just a few minutes away. Call or Write for Reservations: Ruby & John L. Sullivan, Owners & Operators



Dutch Gap Tourist Court
Title:
Dutch Gap Tourist Court
Richmond Virginia (VA), Chrome PM 1950 Sep-19

Description:
Set in a picturesque shaded grove are these quality brick Colonial cottages with private tiled baths. Radios in each cottage. Some air conditioned. Television lounge. Open all year


Jefferson Davis' Grave
Title:
Jefferson Davis' Grave
Richmond Virginia (VA), Divided Back unused



Soldiers' Monument (Hollywood Cemetery)
Title:
Soldiers' Monument (Hollywood Cemetery)
Richmond Virginia (VA), Divided Back

Description:
A memorial granite structure, pyramidal in form, 45 feet square at base and 90 feet high. It was dedicated May 31st, 1869. This ivy-clad pile marks the last resting place of the 12,000 Confederate soldiers buried around it, and was erected in commemoration of their heroic virtue, and unfaltering devotion to the "Lost Cause."


First National Bank Building
Title:
First National Bank Building
Richmond Virginia (VA), Divided Back PM 1915 Mar-27

Description:
This magnificent office building erected in 1912 occupies the former site of the Chamber of Commerce bldg., which was torn down to make place for it. It was primarily designed for the joint use of the bank whose name it bears and the C&O Ry. Co. and the R.F. &P Ry. Co., and is one of the highest and most modern structures of its kind in the South. Its towering tiers of floors have bene arranged into a symmetrical and well proportioned mass by means of four elevations. The interior decorations and appointments of the building are in keeping with its inposing and dignified exterior appearance



State Library
Title:
State Library
Richmond Virginia (VA), Divided Back unused


Japanese Palm Garden, Jefferson Hotel
Title:
Japanese Palm Garden, Jefferson Hotel
Richmond Virginia (VA), Divided Back PM 1915 Apr-30



Lobby and Grand Staircase, Jefferson Hotel
Title:
Lobby and Grand Staircase, Jefferson Hotel
Richmond Virginia (VA), Divided Back PM 1912 Jan-2


Garden and Loggia The Edgar Allan Poe Shrine
Title:
Garden and Loggia The Edgar Allan Poe Shrine
Richmond Virginia (VA), Real Photo unused

Description:
The Loggia is built from brick, stone and wood from the Southern Literary Messenger building. "Thou was that all to me love, for which my soul did pine - a green isle in the sea, love, a fountain and a shrine, all wreathed with fairy fruits and flowers, and all the flowers were mine." - Edgar Allan Poe



City Hall
Title:
City Hall
Richmond Virginia (VA), Divided Back PM 1914 Apr-16

Description:
Tenth & Broad Streets


Libby Prison
Title:
Libby Prison
Richmond Virginia (VA), Divided Back unused



Statue of Thomas Jefferson in Lobby of Jefferson Hotel
Title:
Statue of Thomas Jefferson in Lobby of Jefferson Hotel
Richmond Virginia (VA), Divided Back unused

Description:
The statue of Thomas Jefferson, standing in the lobby of the Jefferson Hotel, was unveiled at the time of the opening of the hotel, Oct. 31st, 1895. The sculptor was Mr. P. Valentine of Richmond, and the total cost was about $20,000. During a fire in the hotel, March 29th. 1901, the head was broken off, but has since been reset


white House Motor Lodge
Title:
white House Motor Lodge
Richmond Virginia (VA), Linen unused

Description:
4 1/2 miles south of Richmond, Va., city limits, on US Routes 1 & 301. Luxurious accommodations in 54 spacious rooms; tub & shower combinations; air-conditioning; television; (Restaurant adjoining); swimming pool; mailing address Richmond RD #7; telephone BElmont 2-9144



Model Tobacco Factory
Title:
Model Tobacco Factory
Richmond Virginia (VA), Linen unused

Description:
Petersburg Pike (US Route No. 1) Richmond is the most important tobacco manufacturing center in the United States. Among the many large factories located here, the imposing structure on the Petersburg Pike, home of the famous Model tobacco, is considered by many to be the most beautiful manufacturing building in America, and one of the real attractions of the city of Richmond


Virginian Motel
Title:
Virginian Motel
Richmond Virginia (VA), Chrome unused

Description:
heated Pool Room Telephones Virginian Motel Located on Routes U. S. #1 & 301 4 miles South city limits RICHMOND, VIRGINIA Luxuriously furnished rooms - Air Foam Mattresses & pillows - Wall-to-Wall Carpets - Tub & Showers - County water - T.V. - "AIR CONDITIONED" - Fire-proof construction. For Reservations - call 275-2621 Mailing Address: 8924 Jefferson Davis Hwy., Richmond 34, Va. Eleanor & Charles Spach - Owners-Managers



View of the Virginian Motel
Title:
View of the Virginian Motel
Richmond Virginia (VA), Chrome unused

Description:
Room Telephones. Located on Routes U.S. #1 & 301. 4 miles South city limits. Luxuriously furnished rooms - Air Foam Mattresses & pillows - Wall-to-Wall Carpets - Tub & Showers - County water - T.V. - "AIR CONDITIONED" - Fireproof construction. For Reservations - call 275-2621. Mailing Address: 8924 Jefferson Davis Hwy., Richmond 34, Va. Eleanor & Charles Spach - Owners-Managers


Reservoir Park
Title:
Reservoir Park
Richmond Virginia (VA), Divided Back PM 1911 Aug-2

Description:
Richmond possesses numerous public parks well located and distributed. Among the largest and most popular of these is Reservoir Park in the western portion of the city. Its velvety sward, shady walks and drives, and beautiful lake, affording boating in summer and skating in winter, render it an attractive resort for those seeking amusement or recreation. Within the park area the city maintains an arboreal nursery, reservoir, pumping station, etc



Hotel Jefferson
Title:
Hotel Jefferson
Richmond Virginia (VA), Divided Back unused


St. John's Church, from Patrick Henry's pew
Title:
St. John's Church, from Patrick Henry's pew
Richmond Virginia (VA), Divided Back unused



"White House of the Confederacy," (12th & Clay Sts.)
Title:
"White House of the Confederacy," (12th & Clay Sts.)
Richmond Virginia (VA), Divided Back unused

Description:
Formerly a private residence, it was purchased in 1862 by the City of Richmond for the use of the Confederate government, and occupied during the war by President Davis and his family. Here his daughter "Winnie" was born, and here his little son Joe was killed by a fall from the rear porch. It was visited by Abraham Lincoln a few days after the evacuation. It is now a Confederate Museum, each of the 13 Confederate states having in it a memorial room. In front of the mansion is the propeller shaft of the "Merrimac", whose famous engagement with the "Monitor" revolutionized naval war-fare the world over


Lee's Monument and Monument Ave
Title:
Lee's Monument and Monument Ave
Richmond Virginia (VA), Divided Back PM 1911 Sep-5

Description:
This splendid equiestrian statue of Gen. Robt. E. Lee (by Mercier) was unveiled May 30th, 1890, being the chief event of the largest and most inspiring reunion of Confederate Veterans ever held in the South. After the unveiling ceremonies in a vacant field just north of the monument (now covered by handsome residences) a great sham battle was fought, during the course of which the famous "Rebel Yell" was heard again and again



John Marshall High School
Title:
John Marshall High School
Richmond Virginia (VA), Divided Back

Description:
Marshall and Eighth Streets. This building is erected on property originally owned by Chief Justice John Marshall, one of Virginia's most distinguished statesmen. The total cost was $750,000, and is a model of modern school architecture. The building was designed by Chas. K. Bryant, Architect, Richmond, Va. The old John Marshall house stands on the southeast corner of the school campus, and will be used as the Administration Building for the City School Board. It has been repaired and made fire-proof


Libby Prison
Title:
Libby Prison
Richmond Virginia (VA), Divided Back

Description:
In this famous building, which formerly stood on the corner of 20th & Cary Sts., thousands of Federal officers were imprisoned during the war. On one occasion 19 successfully effected their escape by tunnelling under its walls. Was dismantled in 1893, re-erected in Chicago for exhibition purposes during the World's Fair, and is now there



Boating on the Lake
Title:
Boating on the Lake
Richmond Virginia (VA), Divided Back PM 1911 Nov-6


The Jefferson Hotel (Franklin Street)
Title:
The Jefferson Hotel (Franklin Street)
Richmond Virginia (VA), Divided Back

Description:
This magnificent hotel was first opened to public patronage in 1895; it was erected by the late Major Lewis Ginter at a cost of nearly two million dollars. In 1901 a disastrous fire destroyed about one-half of the structure, but it has since been rebuilt and remodeled, and, in its present condition, is not surpassed, in point of architectural beauty and completeness of equipment by any other hotel in the country



Country Kitchen, The Wm. Byrd Motor Hotel
Title:
Country Kitchen, The Wm. Byrd Motor Hotel
Richmond Virginia (VA), Chrome unused

Description:
The Country Kitchen is a new concept in dining enjoyment. Hearty down-home style dishes are served in the robust setting of an old colonial inn and prices are modest. When next in Richmond, be sure to visit The Country Kitchen in The Wm. Byrd Motor Hotel, Richmond's largest and finest (200 rooms). New facilities include a spacious drive-in entrance and newly decorated rooms for your comfort and convenience. Children free under family plan, free parking and free guest ice on every floor


Mark Raleigh Hotel, Overlooking Capitol Square
Title:
Mark Raleigh Hotel, Overlooking Capitol Square
Richmond Virginia (VA), Chrome unused

Description:
127 Units, Free Guest Parking, Air-Conditioning and Television Throughout. Home of the Downtown Club and the Famous Raleigh Grill. Meeting, Conference, Banquet and Convention Space Available. Tele. MI 8-8384 For Reservations



Jefferson Hotel
Title:
Jefferson Hotel
Richmond Virginia (VA), Chrome unused

Description:
Jefferson and Main Streets. The South's most renowned lobby. This magnificent lobby was completed by European workmen at the turn of the century, and is as famous as the statesmen and celebrities it has housed. The Jefferson is situated in Richmond's most desirable section with ample free parking Dexter Press, Inc


The Union Army in the Heart of the Confederacy
Title:
The Union Army in the Heart of the Confederacy
Richmond Virginia (VA), White Border unused

Description:
Beautiful and historical Richmond, Va. series. No. 92. (Courtesy Leslie's Weekly - copyrighted) The burning of Richmond at the evacuation added a crowning horror to the multitudinous anxieties and privations its inhabitants had endured during the three years the city was the capital of the Confederate States. While the conflagration was at its height the U.S. forces, under command of Maj. Gen. Godfrey Weitzel, entered and took possession of the stricken city. The sketch presents a view of 11th and Main Sts., looking east, and shows the facade of the then Exchange Bank of Virginia, the only portion of the building to escape destruction. The restored building is now the property of and occupied by the First National Bank of Richmond, Va



Lobby, Hotel Jefferson
Title:
Lobby, Hotel Jefferson
Richmond Virginia (VA), Linen PM 1942

Description:
Second publisher listed: A Colourpicture Publication


The Evacuation of Richmond
Title:
The Evacuation of Richmond
Richmond Virginia (VA), Divided Back unused

Description:
After holding Richmond until the last possible moment General Lee issued orders to General Ewell to evacuate the city on April 2nd, 1865. This famous picture illustrative of the withdrawal both by the division of the Army of the Northern Virginia and many citizens (taken from the Manchester side) depicts the crossing by the old Mayo Bridge. While removable crops, such as tobacco, cotton, grain, etc. were put to the torch by orders, many buildings, warehouses, etc. were fired by rioters and incendiaries, a fact not to be wondered at when it is realized that every able bodied fighting man was under arms at the front, and cadets barely in their teens and convalescent soldiers remained to police the city



Lobby in the Jefferson Hotel
Title:
Lobby in the Jefferson Hotel
Richmond Virginia (VA), Divided Back unused

Description:
One of the beautiful sights to be seen in this handsome hotel, the interior construction being marble of different colors and the furnishing in mahogany and leather


Cathedral of the Sacred Heart
Title:
Cathedral of the Sacred Heart
Richmond Virginia (VA), Divided Back unused

Description:
No. 63129--Cathedral of the Sacred Heart. Situated in the heart of the residential district in Laurel Street, overlooking Monroe Park, this magnificent cathedral, erected at a cost of over $300,000, is the gift of Thomas F. Ryan. Consecrated in 1906. Connected with it in the rear is the Episcopal Residence of the Bishop of the Diocese of Virginia



Oldest Masonic Building in U. S. (Franklin Street bet. 18th and 19th)
Title:
Oldest Masonic Building in U. S. (Franklin Street bet. 18th and 19th)
Richmond Virginia (VA), Divided Back unused

Description:
This building, erected in 1785, and owned and occupied by Richmond Randolph Lodge No. 19. A. F. & A. M. is the first edifice over built in the U. S. exclusively for Masonic purposes. The records of this lodge show that John Marshall, Gen'l Lafayette, together with many other statesmen, soldiers and citizens, of international renown have attended to its "stated communications."


Virginia State Capitol
Title:
Virginia State Capitol
Richmond Virginia (VA), White Border PM 1916 Oct-17

Description:
The roses nowhere bloom so white As in Virginia; The sunshine nowhere shines so bright as in Virginia; The birds sing nowhere quite so sweet And nowhere hearts so lightly beat For Heaven and Earth both seem to meet Down in Virginia



Palm Court, Jefferson Hotel
Title:
Palm Court, Jefferson Hotel
Richmond Virginia (VA), White Border PM 1928

Description:
The "Palm Court" of the Jefferson Hotel, with its stately palms, and the murmuring fountain, and glorious dome of art glass, can hardly fail to evoke the admiration of all lovers of the artistic and beautiful. In the center of the court, and facing the Franklin Street entrance to the hotel, stands Valentine's exquisite state of Thos. Jefferson, after whom the hotel takes its name


Hotel William Byrd; Hotel Richmond
Title:
Hotel William Byrd; Hotel Richmond
Richmond Virginia (VA), White Border

Description:
Hotel Richmond overlooking Washington Monument in Capitol Square; St. Paul's Church across the street at which President Jefferson Davis and General Robert E. Lee attended church; the Hotel William Byrd opposite Broad Street Union Depot and overlooking Jefferson Davis, "Stonewall" Jackson, Robert E.Lee and J.E.B. Stuart monuments, located on Monument Avenue; these magnificent hotels represent approximately two and a half million dollars



George Watts Memorial and Virginia Hall, Union Theological Seminary
Title:
George Watts Memorial and Virginia Hall, Union Theological Seminary
Richmond Virginia (VA), White Border unused

Description:
This is the oldest and largest Presbyterian Training School for Ministers in the south. It was founded at Hampden-Sidney in 1812, removed to Ginter Park, Richmond, Va. in 1889 and celebrated its Centennial in 1912. It has eight professors and over one hundred students, and is the main source of the supply of ministers and missionaries in the Southern Church. It has beautiful grounds, comprising forty-five acres. It occupies fifteen buildings. Watts Hall, the administration building, dominating the entire group, is shown on this card


Richmond A Great Place To Visit Since 1607
Title:
Richmond A Great Place To Visit Since 1607
Richmond Virginia (VA), Jumbo/Large Format unused

Description:
Skyline of Richmond Capitol city of Virginia since 1779. Richmond is a delightful blend of the Old and New South. With a wealth of history behind it, today it is a major financial, industrial, and educational center with a constantly changing skyline. The famous James River is in the foreground



Edgar Allen Poe Museum
Title:
Edgar Allen Poe Museum
Richmond Virginia (VA), Jumbo/Large Format unused

Description:
The Old Stone House, thought to be the oldest house in Richmond (c. 1737), along with 3 other buildings, is now a museum displaying relics of the life and genius of the famous author of "The Raven". Inside the museum walls is the Enchanted Garden, in which stands a marble bust of Poe. Poe lived and worked in this vicinity for many years


Maymont Park
Title:
Maymont Park
Richmond Virginia (VA), Jumbo/Large Format unused

Description:
In 1925, Maj. & Mrs. James Henry Dooley bequeathed their beloved 105 acre estate to the people and City of Richmond. This 30 room mansion, now a museum, represents a colorful age of architecture, furniture, stained glass, custom-made curios, etc. Within the grounds one finds the fascinating natural world of Virginia revealed through live and graphic displays depicting how animals, plants & people live together and a beautiful Italian Garden with flowers, fountains & cascades



John Marshall House
Title:
John Marshall House
Richmond Virginia (VA), Jumbo/Large Format unused

Description:
John Marshall House Richmond, Virginia In this simple but stately house Chief Justice John Marshall raised his children, wrote many of the Supreme Court decisions that helped shape America, and entertained with a gaiety that became legendary. Many of his original possessions and furnishings are preserved here. The bust of John Marshall in the upper right corner is in the Old Hall of Delegates in the Virginia Capitol Building


The Museum of the Confederacy
Title:
The Museum of the Confederacy
Richmond Virginia (VA), Jumbo/Large Format unused

Description:
The Museum of the Confederacy formerly The White House of the Confederacy Richmond, Virginia The official residence of confederate President Jefferson Davis (1861-1865). Now a Museum, it exhibits paintings, uniforms, swords, and other relics of Confederate heroes, as well as personal effects of President Davis and his family. Two rooms are restored to the 1861-65 period. The bust of Davis is in the Old Hall of Delegates in the Capitol, Richmond



Old Hall of Delegates - Capitol Building
Title:
Old Hall of Delegates - Capitol Building
Richmond Virginia (VA), Jumbo/Large Format unused

Description:
The oldest law-making body in the Western Hemisphere, the Virginia Legislature, assembledhere from 1788 to 1906. In 1807, Aaron Burr was tried in this room for high treason and acquitted by Chief Justice John Marshall. Also the Confederate Congress convened here from 1861 to 1865


City Hall
Title:
City Hall
Richmond Virginia (VA), Jumbo/Large Format unused

Description:
City Hall Richmond, Virginia This building, more than 313' tall topped with a 150' antenna, has an observation deck from which more than 300 years of history can be viewed, including Revolutionary War and Civil War time structures blended with modern skyscrapers in stark contrast, the majestic Old Courts Building is to the left of the City Hall



Colonial Hotel Court
Title:
Colonial Hotel Court
Richmond Virginia (VA), Linen unused

Description:
Colonial Hotel Court Richmond 22, Va. 5207 Brook Road on U.S. Highway No.1 30 Units - 25 Tile Baths - Restful - Convenient Phone 5-9951


Hotel Rueger
Title:
Hotel Rueger
Richmond Virginia (VA), Linen unused

Description:
Hotel Rueger is a fireproof structure. Modern and kept modern. Located in the heart of the business district, and occupying a commanding position overlooking the Capitol Square with its historic building and monuments, is ideally situated to afford comfort and convenience to the commercial traveler and tourist. Established in 1846, Ruegers is known the country wide for its excellent food and service. The hotel is exclusively European Plan for ladies and gentlemen. It contains 130 bedrooms, most of which are fitted with private bath and showers. Every room has a ceiling fan. Famous Grill now air conditioned. Modern garage attached to main building



Hotel Murphy
Title:
Hotel Murphy
Richmond Virginia (VA), Linen unused

Description:
Broad Street at Eighth - The HEART of Richmond, center of historic Virginia


Hotel Wm. Byrd
Title:
Hotel Wm. Byrd
Richmond Virginia (VA), Linen PM 1957 Feb-19

Description:
Bread St. at Davis - opposite Broad St. Station. Center of historic Virginia



Y. M. C. A
Title:
Y. M. C. A
Richmond Virginia (VA), Linen PM 1952

Description:
Corner Franklin and Foushee Streets This new, strictly modern lifeproof building to be completed early in 1942 will offer a swimming pool; two gymnasiums; club rooms; home-like dormitory rooms; a chapel; 4 wall handball courts; a health club; a craft shop, and every modern Y. M. C. A. feature


Monument Avenue and Lee Monument
Title:
Monument Avenue and Lee Monument
Richmond Virginia (VA), Linen unused

Description:
Designed by Mercier, this splendid equiestrian statue of Gen. Robert E. Lee is located on Monument Avenue and is a tribute to the "Idol of the South". Unveiled May 30th, 1890, by Gen. Joseph E. Johnson, and was the occasion of the greatest reunion of Confederate veterans ever held



Jefferson Hotel, Franklin, Jefferson and Main Streets
Title:
Jefferson Hotel, Franklin, Jefferson and Main Streets
Richmond Virginia (VA), Linen unused

Description:
This magnificent Hotel was first opened to public patronage in 1895. It was erected by the late Maj. Lewis Ginter, at a cost of nearly two million dollars. It is not surpassed in point of architectural beauty and completeness of equipment by any other hotel in the country. Ideally situated in the most desirable section of Richmond, within five minutes walk of the business center and shopping district


Lobby, Hotel Jefferson
Title:
Lobby, Hotel Jefferson
Richmond Virginia (VA), Linen unused

Description:
The Jefferson Hotel is one of Richmond's finest and most beautiful hostelries. It covers over an acre of ground space and is built of white brick, stone and marble. This view shows the magnificence of the lobby with its spacious promenades and grand staircase. The Hotel has 430 beautifully appointed rooms and every facility for the guests' comfort and pleasure



Hotel Richmond
Title:
Hotel Richmond
Richmond Virginia (VA), Linen unused

Description:
Overlooking beautiful Capitol Square, Grace at Ninth. The center of historic Virginia


Jefferson Hotel, The Marble Court
Title:
Jefferson Hotel, The Marble Court
Richmond Virginia (VA), White Border unused

Description:
The "Marble Court" of the Jefferson Hotel, with its stately palms, and murmuring fountain, and glorious dome on art glass, can hardly fail to evoke the admiration of all overs of the artistic and beautiful. In the center of the court, and facing the Franklin Street entrance to the hotel, stands Valentine's exquisite statue of Thos. Jefferson, after whom the hotel takes its name



Park Lodge
Title:
Park Lodge
Richmond Virginia (VA), Linen unused

Description:
Mrs. J.G. Gilkeson, Hostess; 3509 Chamberlayne Ave (US No. 1). Rooms with or without private bath; steam heat; garage; meals if desired


Hotel Raleigh
Title:
Hotel Raleigh
Richmond Virginia (VA), Linen unused

Description:
Completely Air-conditioned 9th and Bank Sts. Richmond, Va. HOTEL RALEIGH is a fireproof structure. Modern and kept modern. Located in the heart of the business district and occupying a commanding position overlooking the Capitol Square with its historic building and monuments, is ideally situated to afford comfort and convenience to the commercial traveler and tourist, "RALEIGH" is known the country wide for its excellent food and service. The Hotel is exclusively European Plan for ladies and gentlemen. It contains 130 bed-rooms most of which are fitted with private bath and showers. Every room has a ceiling fan. Famous Grill now air-conditioned. Modern Garage attached to main building



Hotel John Marshall
Title:
Hotel John Marshall
Richmond Virginia (VA), Linen PM 1963 Sep-24

Description:
Fifth St. at Franklin - The Heart of Richmond, "Center of Historic Virginia"


The Jefferson Sheraton Hotel
Title:
The Jefferson Sheraton Hotel
Richmond Virginia (VA), Chrome

Description:
The Jefferson. A national Historic Landmark features a staircase reputedly used in the movie: "Gone With The Wind," as well as antique & paintings dating back to 1895. Alligators, now sculptured, guard Valentine's Statue of Jefferson. The Jefferson Sheraton Hotel Franklin & Adams Streets Richmond, VA 23220 804-788-8000 or 800.325-3535 Located downtown 9 blocks from the Capitol



Jefferson Davis Motel
Title:
Jefferson Davis Motel
Richmond Virginia (VA), Chrome

Description:
3 miles south of heart of city. 19 ultramodern units, TV & room phones. Wall to wall carpet. Air conditioned. Family units. Dining facilities. If using toll road use Exit 8. Just a few minutes away


Jefferson David Hotel
Title:
Jefferson David Hotel
Richmond Virginia (VA), Chrome unused

Description:
Routes US1 & 301 South. 3314 Jefferson Davis Hwy. 3 miles south of Heart of City. 19 ultra-modern units. Air conditioned. Family units. City fire & police protection. Dining facilities. If using toll road, use exit 8 or 9



Brook Run Lodge Motel
Title:
Brook Run Lodge Motel
Richmond Virginia (VA), Chrome

Description:
On Highways 1 and 301 just north of Richmond City limits. A modern motel of 52 rooms with tile baths. Some rooms air conditioned. Beautifully landscaped grounds. Restaurants nearby. Only 15 minutes from downtown Richmond


Parnell's Motel and Restaurant
Title:
Parnell's Motel and Restaurant
Richmond Virginia (VA), Chrome PM 1958 Nov-4

Description:
Individual cottages, private baths, air conditioned restaurant offers superior food, featuring broiled steaks, southern fried chicken and seafood. Homemade rolls and hush puppies. 12 miles south of Richmond



Richmond Municipal Airport
Title:
Richmond Municipal Airport
Richmond Virginia (VA), Chrome

Description:
one of the leading airports in the South


Jefferson Hotel
Title:
Jefferson Hotel
Richmond Virginia (VA), Divided Back unused



Howard Johnson's Motor Lodge North
Title:
Howard Johnson's Motor Lodge North
Richmond Virginia (VA), Chrome PM 1971 Oct-12

Description:
Located on Interstate 95 and U.S. 1 at Dover Ave. Spacious rooms with individual heating and cooling controls. Bedside lighting and TV controls. Restaurant and full car service. P.O. Box 9608 - Phone AC 703-266-6753 Ask Atlanta Reservations Center for Richmond North. Robert B. Ball, Host


White House Motor Lodge
Title:
White House Motor Lodge
Richmond Virginia (VA), Chrome PM May-13

Description:
4 1/2 mile south Richmond. 9401 Jefferson David Hiway. 54 Colonial units with wall to wall carpet, telephone, TV, central air conditioning and heat. All major credit cards honored. Located in the heart of historical Virginia. Phone 703-275-2616. Mr. & Mrs. Earl Heath, owners & operators



Cathedral of the Sacred Heart
Title:
Cathedral of the Sacred Heart
Richmond Virginia (VA), Post Card (Undivided Back) unused


Phillip Morris's Manufacturing Center
Title:
Phillip Morris's Manufacturing Center
Richmond Virginia (VA), Chrome unused

Description:
On I-95. The Manufacturing Center is part of an Operations Center, which also includes Research & Development, Finance, and Engineering. Currently producing more than 400 million cigarettes per day, the manufacturing facility will have a capacity of 140 billion cigarettes per year, making it the largest cigarette producing facility in the world



American National Bank Building
Title:
American National Bank Building
Richmond Virginia (VA), Divided Back PM 1913 Oct-29

Description:
This twelve story modern office building, located in the heart of the business district, opposite the new million dollar Post Office, contains 270 individual offices, in addition to the space occupied by the bank from which the building takes its name, on the first and mezzanine floors. The architectural design of the building is most imposing and pleasing in effect, and the equipment and service is thoroughly up to date. Architects Wyatt & Nolting


Thomas Jefferson High School
Title:
Thomas Jefferson High School
Richmond Virginia (VA), Linen unused

Description:
Colourpicture



Edgar Allen Poe Shrine
Title:
Edgar Allen Poe Shrine
Richmond Virginia (VA), Chrome unused

Description:
Beauty in the garden. 1916 E. Main St


Jefferson Davis Motel
Title:
Jefferson Davis Motel
Richmond Virginia (VA), Chrome PM 1957 Aug-4

Description:
James E. Hess 3314 Jefferson Davis Highway, Routes US 1 & 301 South; Phones: 82-1836 and 82-9807. 3 miles south of heart of city; 19 ultra-modern units; air conditioned; Englander Air foam mattresses; family units; city fire & police protection; new in 1952; dining facilities. Call, or write for reservations; Ruby & John L. Sullivan, Owners & Operators Dexter



Hickory Hearth Steak House
Title:
Hickory Hearth Steak House
Richmond Virginia (VA), Chrome unused

Description:
To visit us - US 95 southbound use Parham Road exit. Northbound use Exit 16 (located at Holiday Inn). Try our succulent steaks and delicious seafood. Serving your favorite cocktails


Broad Street Looking East
Title:
Broad Street Looking East
Richmond Virginia (VA), Chrome unused

Description:
The capital of Virginia since 1779, Richmond is an important industrial and commercial center. the city is famous for its historical shrines



Jefferson Hotel
Title:
Jefferson Hotel
Richmond Virginia (VA), Chrome unused

Description:
Jefferson and Main Streets. The South's most renowned lobby. This magnificent lobby was completed by European workmen at the turn of the century, and is as famous as the statesmen and celebrities it has housed. The Jefferson is situated in Richmond's most desirable section with ample free parking Dexter Press, Inc


Dutch Gap Tourist Court
Title:
Dutch Gap Tourist Court
Richmond Virginia (VA), Chrome unused

Description:
Located 6 miles south of Richmond, Va. City Line on US 1 and 301; in shaded grove; tile combination baths; TV in every room; central heat in winter, air conditioned or air cooled in summer; children's playground; baby cribs; restaurants in walking distance; Wm. Mangigian, Owner-Manager. PO Address: Chester, Va. Phones: Webster 4-3218 and 4-9497 Dexter Press, Inc



Country Club of Virginia
Title:
Country Club of Virginia
Richmond Virginia (VA), Divided Back unused

Description:
This splendid building, the new home of the Country Club of Virginia, with one of the largest memberships in the United States, is located at Rio Vista, about three miles west of Richmond. The site overlooks a winding sweep of the James River, and the wooded heights of Chesterfield County on the opposite shore. In point of comfort, convenience, and the general character of its appointments, it is not surpassed by any Country Club in the United States


John Marshal High School
Title:
John Marshal High School
Richmond Virginia (VA), Divided Back unused

Description:
No 76. Marshal and Eighth Street. This building is erected on property originally owned by Chief Justice Marshall, one of Virginia's most distinguished statesment. The total cost of $750,000. It is a model of modern school artchitecture. The building was designed by Chas. Architect, Richmond Va. The old John Marshall house stands on teh southeast corner of the school campus and will be used as the administration building for the city school board. It has been repaired and made fireproof



Main Street Depot, Main & 15th Streets
Title:
Main Street Depot, Main & 15th Streets
Richmond Virginia (VA), Divided Back unused

Description:
This handsome railroad depot, with its imposing clock tower was completed in 1900 and with the extensive viaduct system converging thereto, cost approximately two million dollars. It is used jointly by the C&O and the SAL Railroads. Through trains leave here at frequent intervals for all points north, east, south and west


Richmond College, West Franklin St
Title:
Richmond College, West Franklin St
Richmond Virginia (VA), Divided Back unused

Description:
Richmond College, (West Franklin Street), Richmond, V.A. Richmond College was chartered in 1840, but for some years prior thereto had been known as the Va. Baptist Seminary, the same being established at the present location of the college in 1834, under the presidency of Rev. Robt. Ryland. The buildings stand in a beautiful park of 13 neres, situated in the western and most elevated part of the city. The main building, shown in this view, contains lecture rooms, chapel, library and the Museum and Art Hall, etc. The college is composed of nine academic schools, and the professional school of law. The buildings and grounds are valued at $600,000, and the productive endowment is nearly $535,000



View East from Hotel Richmond
Title:
View East from Hotel Richmond
Richmond Virginia (VA), Divided Back unused


Libby Prison
Title:
Libby Prison
Richmond Virginia (VA), White Border unused

Description:
Beautiful and historical Richmond, Va. series. In this famous building, which formerly stood on the corner of 20th & Cary Sts., thousands of Federal Officers were imprisoned during the war. On one occasion 19 successfully effected their escape by tunnelling under its walls. Was dismantled in 1893, re-erected in Chicago for exhibition purposes during the World's Fare and is now there



Bird's Eye View from First National Bank Building
Title:
Bird's Eye View from First National Bank Building
Richmond Virginia (VA), White Border unused

Description:
This view, taken from one of Richmond's modern skyscrapers shows a bird's eye view of the Capitol Square, which is located in the heart of the city. The Virginia State Capitol stands in the centre of the square and beyond the Capitol may be seen the City Hall Building


Skyline showing 14th Street Bridge by night
Title:
Skyline showing 14th Street Bridge by night
Richmond Virginia (VA), White Border unused

Description:
Richmond, the old capitol of the southern confederacy, is now one of the most modern and progressive cities of the south. A most impressive view of the skyline showing the modern skyscrapers may be obtained from the high bluffs on the opposite side of the James Bridge



State Capitol and Washington Monument
Title:
State Capitol and Washington Monument
Richmond Virginia (VA), White Border unused

Description:
this glorious assemblage of statesmen and Patriots, portrayed in characteristic attitude, form a constellation of illustrious Virginians surround Washington, "the central luminary." The base is designed as a sixpoint star on the rays of which are placed the statues of Jefferson, Henry Marshall Mason, Nelson and Lewis, in the right foreground is shown the State Capitol Building


14th Street Bridge
Title:
14th Street Bridge
Richmond Virginia (VA), White Border unused

Description:
This recently constructed concrete bridge spans the James River at 14th Street, leading to South Richmond



Richmond College
Title:
Richmond College
Richmond Virginia (VA), White Border unused


State Capitol Square
Title:
State Capitol Square
Richmond Virginia (VA), White Border unused

Description:
The State Capitol, shown in the foreground, is situated in the center of a beautifully shaded park. In the rear of the Capitol Building is the imposing City Hall & Richmond Hotel



City Hall, from State Capitol, Showing Stonewall Jackson Monument
Title:
City Hall, from State Capitol, Showing Stonewall Jackson Monument
Richmond Virginia (VA), White Border unused

Description:
This imposing building constructed of Virginia granite, was completed in 1894, at a cost of over $1,500,000. Here are the offices of the chiefs of City Departments, as well as various Municipal Courts


Main Street, looking west from Travelers Insurance Building
Title:
Main Street, looking west from Travelers Insurance Building
Richmond Virginia (VA), White Border unused



Jefferson Davis Monument
Title:
Jefferson Davis Monument
Richmond Virginia (VA), White Border unused

Description:
This imposing monument, commemorating the only president of the C. S. A., is the work of Valentine. The rear of the monument is a beautiful peristyle, upon which are appropriate inscriptions. in the centre arises a lofty column which is surmounted by a figure representing the spirit of the South


Monument Avenue M. E. Church
Title:
Monument Avenue M. E. Church
Richmond Virginia (VA), White Border unused



Broad Street, East from First Street
Title:
Broad Street, East from First Street
Richmond Virginia (VA), White Border unused

Description:
Broad Street may be termed the shopping centre of Richmond. The many large and up-to-date stores lining both sides of this busy thoroughfare form quite an attraction


Main Street looking east
Title:
Main Street looking east
Richmond Virginia (VA), White Border unused

Description:
Main St. is the business centre of the city, along it being located many of the largest institutions and the modern skyscrapers which have been erected during recent years



Old Stone House (Main, Near 20th)
Title:
Old Stone House (Main, Near 20th)
Richmond Virginia (VA), White Border unused

Description:
This venerable building, with its weatherworn walls of stone boulders, is reputed to be the oldest in the City, it having been erected (probably in 1737) by Jacob Ege, a German emigrant in whose family it remained for several generations. In the course of time many interesting legends have gathered around its ancient walls. Thus the yard in the rear of the building is said to contain a number of Indian graves. It is also said to have been occupied by Genl. Geo. Washington as his headquarters on one occasion. And one of its upper rooms, it is claimed, was used by Patrick Henry as a law office. It is now owned and maintained by the Ass'n. for the Preservation of Va. Antiquities


Virginia State Capitol
Title:
Virginia State Capitol
Richmond Virginia (VA), White Border unused

Description:
The central building of this connected group dates from 1789 and is designed after an ancient Roman temple. The two wings were added in 1906. Here Aaron Burr was tried for treason in 1807, and here sat the Congress of the Confederate States. In the rotunda stands Houdon's incomparable statue of Washington



White House of the Confederacy (Twelfth and Clay Sts)
Title:
White House of the Confederacy (Twelfth and Clay Sts)
Richmond Virginia (VA), White Border unused

Description:
Formerly a private residence, it was purchased in 1862 by Citizens of Richmond for the use of the Confederate Government and occupied during the war by President Davis and his family. Here his daughter "Winnie" was born, and here his little son Joe was killed by a fall from rear porch. It was visited by Abraham Lincoln a few days after the evacuation. It is now a Confederate Museum, each of the thirteen Confederate states having in it a memorial room. In front of the mansion is the propeller shaft of the "Merrimac" the former name of this vessel being "Virginia" whose famous engagement with the "Monitor" revolutionized the naval warfare the world over


Virginia Museum of Fine Arts
Title:
Virginia Museum of Fine Arts
Richmond Virginia (VA), Chrome unused

Description:
Russian Jewelry XIX Century; Peter Carl Faberge (1846-1920); Dandelion Seed Ball (gold, diamonds, asbestos); bequest of Lillian Thomas Pratt, 1947



Virginia Museum of Fine Arts
Title:
Virginia Museum of Fine Arts
Richmond Virginia (VA), Chrome unused

Description:
This completely air conditioned building is the headquarters of the first State Art Museum in America, and from it originates a unique program bringing the best in exhibition, dramatic productions, musical presentations and film fare to audiences throughout Virginia Tichnor Bros., Inc


Snyder Memorial Home
Title:
Snyder Memorial Home
Richmond Virginia (VA), Chrome unused

Description:
Virginia United Methodist Homes, Inc. 310 W. 31st Street. This lovely retirement home has been serving retired persons since 1948



The Rathskeller Restaurant
Title:
The Rathskeller Restaurant
Richmond Virginia (VA), Chrome unused

Description:
112 N. 5th Street. Across the street from John Marshall Hotel. Gene Baldwin - your host


The Monumental Church of Richmond
Title:
The Monumental Church of Richmond
Richmond Virginia (VA), Chrome unused

Description:
Built in 1812-1814, under direction of a citizens' committee headed by Chief Justice John Marshall, as a civic memorial to 73 persons, including Governor Wm. Smith, who perished in the Richmond Theatre fire, Dec. 26, 1811



Libby Prison
Title:
Libby Prison
Richmond Virginia (VA), Post Card (Undivided Back) PM 1907 Jan-13


Capitol Square
Title:
Capitol Square
Richmond Virginia (VA), Post Card (Undivided Back) unused



State Capitol
Title:
State Capitol
Richmond Virginia (VA), Linen unused


Virginia House, Windsor Farms
Title:
Virginia House, Windsor Farms
Richmond Virginia (VA), Linen PM 1986 Sep-22

Description:
Reconstructed in 1927 from materials of ancient Warwick Priory built in England in 1565, and visited by Queen Elizabeth. The main portion is after the older portion of Warwick Priory. The west and main entry door are replicas of Palsgrave Manor, ancestral home of George Washington. The entrance tower is a reproduction from Wormleighton, home of Spencer. This is a private residence and not open to the public



Cavalier Manor Motel
Title:
Cavalier Manor Motel
Richmond Virginia (VA), Linen

Description:
Luxuriously furnished rooms, complete with individual Televisions and Telephones - Wall to Wall Carpets - Private Ceramic Tile Baths. "Completely Air-Conditioned". U.S. Route #1 -- 2 1/2 miles North. AAA Approved


Virginian Motel
Title:
Virginian Motel
Richmond Virginia (VA), Chrome unused

Description:
Heated pool; room telephones. Located on Routes U.S. #1 & 301, 4 miles south city limits. Luxuriously furnished rooms - air foam mattresses & pillows - wall-to-wall carpets - tub & showers - county water - T.V. - air conditioned - fireproof construction. For reservations -0 call 275-2621. Mailing Address: 8924 Jefferson Davis Hwy., Richmond 14, Va. Eleanor & Charles Spach - Owners - Managers



Princess Lee Motel
Title:
Princess Lee Motel
Richmond Virginia (VA), Chrome

Description:
On U.S. Route #1 - 3 miles north of Richmond, Virginia; 3 miles off U.S. Route 301; 2 miles North of Richmond-Petersburg Turnpike (Exit 16) Excellent restaurant - swimming pool; air conditioned - television; 24 hour service. 62 rooms - 40 in French Provincial decor. Telephone Richmond COlony 6-2444; mailing address: P.O. Box 9487


Princess Lee Motel
Title:
Princess Lee Motel
Richmond Virginia (VA), Chrome unused

Description:
Excellent Restaurant - Swimming Pool - "Air Conditioned" - Television - 24 Hour Service - 62 Rooms - 40 in French Provincial Decor. Quality Courts United - AAA. On U.S. Route #1 - 3 miles north of Richmond. 3 miles off U.S. Route #301, 2 miles north of Richmond-Petersburg Turnpike (Exit 16)



Henry Clay Statue (Capitol Square)
Title:
Henry Clay Statue (Capitol Square)
Richmond Virginia (VA), White Border unused

Description:
This marble statue of the author of the "Missouri Compromise" was executed by Joel T. Hart, a native of Kentucky, and unveiled April 12, 1860. It is said to be an excellent likeness of Clay, though the uncouth habiliments which clothe the figure (perhaps a too faithful rendering of the style of the period) rather detract from a proper appreciation of the artistic value of the effigy


Miller & Rhoads
Title:
Miller & Rhoads
Richmond Virginia (VA), Chrome unused

Description:
Virginia's finest department stores; one of the South's great department stores, distinctively Virginian in atmosphere and service



Garden Front, Wickhan-Valentine House
Title:
Garden Front, Wickhan-Valentine House
Richmond Virginia (VA), Linen unused

Description:
Robert Mills, Architect, 1812 The Valentine Museum, Richmond, Virginia


Virginia Hall
Title:
Virginia Hall
Richmond Virginia (VA), Linen PM Apr-5

Description:
General Assembly's Training School 3400 Brook Road A professional college for training church workers. Established in 1914 by the Presbyterian Church in the United States. Grants the degrees of bachelor and master of religious education. Virginia Hall is used as dining hall and administrative building



Sundae Junction
Title:
Sundae Junction
Richmond Virginia (VA), Chrome unused

Description:
Interior view of the dining room at sundae junction, one of Richmond, Virginia's most outstanding restaurants. Designed to simulate a Victorian dining car, the restaurant serves luncheons, dinners, and features superb ice cream desserts. The unit shown is located at 3156 West Cary Street, in the Cary Court Shopping Center Dexter Press Inc


Virginia Museum of Fine Arts
Title:
Virginia Museum of Fine Arts
Richmond Virginia (VA), Chrome unused

Description:
George Burris This completely air-conditioned building is the headquarters of the first State Art Museum in America, and from it originates a unique program bringing the best in exhibitions, dramatic productions, musical presentations and film fare to audiences throughout Virginia J.D. Natural Color Reproduction



Howard Johnson's Motor Lodge
Title:
Howard Johnson's Motor Lodge
Richmond Virginia (VA), Chrome unused

Description:
South of Richmond, VA. on the new Richmond-Petersburg Turnpike at Exit 6 where Route 10 meets US 1 and 301. On the outskirts of historic Richmond, luxurious comfort and convenience is yours in ultra-modern carpeted, air conditioned rooms, spacious baths, showers, TV, 24 hour telephone service, restaurant and swimming pool - all at moderate rates. For reservations call: Shadyside 8-2237 or teletype: CHES VA 595. PO Address: Chester, VA


Old Colony Club Headquarters Hotel Richmond, Ninth and Grace Streets
Title:
Old Colony Club Headquarters Hotel Richmond, Ninth and Grace Streets
Richmond Virginia (VA), White Border PM 1921 Apr-25

Description:
This ten story perfectly appointed hotel with guest accommodation for 1,000 people is superbly situated both from the scenic and historic viewpoint. Facing Capitol Square with its statues of famous Virginians and across the street from the church where President Jefferson Davis and Gen. Robert E. Lee attended services, the charming location is enhanced by historic association. Contributive features to the splendid service of this hotel are its beautiful roof garden, its capacious auditorium accommodating 1,000, and its lobby artistically finished in Italian marble. This costly edifice is valued at approximately one million dollars



Reservoir Park
Title:
Reservoir Park
Richmond Virginia (VA), White Border PM 1919 Sep-12

Description:
Richmond possesses numerous public parks, well located and distributed. Among the largest and most popular of these is Reservoir Park, in the western portion of the city. Its velvety sward, shady walks and drive and beautiful lakes affording boating in summer and skating in winter, render it an attractive resort for those seeking amusement or recreation. Within the park area the city maintains an arborea nursery, reservoir, pumping station, etc


City Motel
Title:
City Motel
Richmond Virginia (VA), Linen unused

Description:
Private Tile Shower Baths - Air Conditioned - Year Round - In City - Good Restaurants Near. 3023 Jefferson Davis Highway, U.S. No.1 and 301 South E. C. Kropp Co



Richmond Auto Court
Title:
Richmond Auto Court
Richmond Virginia (VA), Linen unused

Description:
Richmond Auto Court 7206 Washington Highway Richmond, Virginia Built and designed to meet the approval of the most discriminating tourist. Radios, private baths, garages, thermostatic heat controls, switchboard telephones, 24 hour service. 18 hole golf course adjoining property. Colonial dining room (air conditioned), and soda fountain. Phone 6-2394


Medical College of Virginia Hospital
Title:
Medical College of Virginia Hospital
Richmond Virginia (VA), Chrome

Description:
The Medical College of Virginia is one of the oldest Medical Schools in the South, and the only one to remain open during the War between the States



Richmond Professional Institute
Title:
Richmond Professional Institute
Richmond Virginia (VA), Chrome unused

Description:
RPI, founded in 1917, is a state-aided, co-educational institute of higher learning in Richmond, Virginia. Situated just west of the central business district in Richmond, the College offers graduate and under-graduate degrees in professional and liberal arts areas Curteichcolor


Union Theological Seminary
Title:
Union Theological Seminary
Richmond Virginia (VA), Chrome unused

Description:
Watts Hall, housing offices classrooms, and the chapel of Union Theological Seminary. Founded in 1812, Union Seminary offers a basic three-year Bachelor of Divinity degree program for college graduates who are preparing to be ministers. Further studies lead to Th. M. and Th. D. degrees



Richmond Auto Court
Title:
Richmond Auto Court
Richmond Virginia (VA), Chrome unused

Description:
7206 Washington Highway, Richmond, Virginia, Phone 6-2394. Built and designed to meet the approval of the most discriminating tourist. Private baths, garages, thermostatic heat controls, radios and telephones in every cottage. 24 hour service. 18 hole golf course adjoining property. Colonial dining room (air conditioned). On U.S. 1 -- 1 mile no. of city limits


Libby Prison
Title:
Libby Prison
Richmond Virginia (VA), Divided Back unused



Richmond Auto Court
Title:
Richmond Auto Court
Richmond Virginia (VA), Linen unused

Description:
1/2 Mile North of Richmond, U. S. 1. RFD 4, Box 409 Built and designed to meet the approval of the most discriminating tourist. Radios, private baths, garages, thermostatic heat controls, switchboard telephones, 24 hour service. 18 hole golf course adjoining property. Colonial dining room (air conditioned), and soda fountain. Phone 6-2394


Post Office and Parcel Post Building
Title:
Post Office and Parcel Post Building
Richmond Virginia (VA), Linen PM 1953 Oct-24



Hotel Wm. Byrd
Title:
Hotel Wm. Byrd
Richmond Virginia (VA), Linen unused

Description:
Broad St. at Davis -- Opposite Broad St. Station "Center of Historic Virginia"


Virginia Museum of Fine Arts on Boulevard at Grove Avenue
Title:
Virginia Museum of Fine Arts on Boulevard at Grove Avenue
Richmond Virginia (VA), Linen unused

Description:
This State institution, opened in January, 1936, houses the famous John Barton Payne Collection of paintings and prints and equally famous Henry P. Strause Collection of fine and decorative arts and many other works of art belonging to Virginia. The Museum and collections are valued at more than $5,000,000



The Medical College of Virginia
Title:
The Medical College of Virginia
Richmond Virginia (VA), Linen unused

Description:
Medical College of Virginia—A 103 year old institution has recently added a twenty-story building costing over $2,500,00.00. It is the second largest hospital in the South and contains over $300,000 worth of the most modern medical equipment. It is one of the few completely air-conditioned hospitals in the world


Hotel Wm. Byrd
Title:
Hotel Wm. Byrd
Richmond Virginia (VA), Linen

Description:
Broad St. at Davis - Opposite Broad St. Station. "Center of Historic Virginia"



University of Richmond
Title:
University of Richmond
Richmond Virginia (VA), Linen unused

Description:
Founded in 1832, it was for the first eighty years of its history known as "Richmond College". In 1920, its charter was amended and the present name adopted. Its grounds now embrace an area of nearly 300 acres about three miles west of the city, and possesses many features of great natural beauty. It is organized on the English system and has a faculty of sixy members and an attendance (1926) or nearly 1,250 students. Since 1903 Frederick W. Boatwright, LL.D., has been its President


Lobby Jefferson Hotel
Title:
Lobby Jefferson Hotel
Richmond Virginia (VA), Linen unused

Description:
Series 93945 The Jefferson Hotel occupies more than an acre of ground space and embodies in its construction the most modern and approved ideas. The building is of white brick. Stone and marble and in the view of the main lobby or salon here shown the marble effect appears carried out in all details of interior finishing: the massive and ornate being blended with the most admirable results. The gallery above and around the lobby or salon affords a spacious promenade. The hotel contains 430 guest chambers, all well lighted, ventilated, and luxuriously furnished and finished



Westhampton College
Title:
Westhampton College
Richmond Virginia (VA), Chrome unused

Description:
This photograph shows a building of Westhampton College, the women's section of the University of Richmond. The University was founded in 1830 and also includes Richmond College, for men; the T. C. Williams School of Law for professional study; and the Evening School of Business Administration Dexter Press, Inc


State Capitol
Title:
State Capitol
Richmond Virginia (VA), Divided Back PM 1914 Dec-8



Governor's Mansion
Title:
Governor's Mansion
Richmond Virginia (VA), Divided Back unused


Monument Avenue and Lee Monument
Title:
Monument Avenue and Lee Monument
Richmond Virginia (VA), Linen PM 1940

Description:
Lee Monument-Splendid equestrian statue of Gen'l Robt. E. Lee, designed by Mercier, is located on Monument Ave. and is a magnificent tribute to the "idol of the South." It was unveiled May 30th, 1890 by Gen'l Joseph E. Johnson, and was the occasion of the greatest reunion of Confederate Veterans ever held



Broad Street Methodist Church
Title:
Broad Street Methodist Church
Richmond Virginia (VA), Linen unused

Description:
Broad Street Methodist Church is located at Tenth and Broad Streets in the downtown section of Richmond, Virginia. The church was built in 1859 and has a large part in the religious life of the city. Attractive services are held in its spacious and beautiful auditorium each Sunday. Broad Street bears the reputation of being Richmond's "Home of Delightful Music." Here a splendid quartet may be heard, as well as music from a $24,000.00 Wurlitzer organ The Richmond News Company


The Mosque, Richmond Civic Center
Title:
The Mosque, Richmond Civic Center
Richmond Virginia (VA), Linen unused

Description:
THE MOSQUE Richmond's Civic Center Located at Laurel and Main Streets facing beautiful Monroe Park. It has one of the most beautiful theatre auditoriums in America with a seating capacity of 5,000, one of the largest banquet and exhibition halls in the South, a regulation swimming pool, roof garden, luxurious dining and lounge rooms, bowling alley, hotel accommodations and a dormitory for discriminating young men The Richmond News Co



Hotel Wm. Byrd/Hotel Richmond
Title:
Hotel Wm. Byrd/Hotel Richmond
Richmond Virginia (VA), White Border unused

Description:
Hotel Richmond overlooking Washington Monument in Capitol Square. St. Paul's Church across the street at which President Jefferson Davis and General Robert E. Lee attended church. The Hotel Willam Byrd opposite Broad Street Union Depot and overlooking Jefferson Davis, "Stonewall" Jackson, Robert E. Lee and J. E. B. Stuart monuments, located on Monument Avenue. These magnificent hotels represent approximately two and a half million dollars


White House of the Confederacy (Twelth and Clay Streets)
Title:
White House of the Confederacy (Twelth and Clay Streets)
Richmond Virginia (VA), White Border PM 1934 Feb-5

Description:
Formerly a private residence, it was purchased in 1862 by the City of Richmond for the use of the Confederate Government and was occupied during the war by President Davis and his family. It is now a Confederate museum, each of the 13 Confederate states having in it a memorial room. In front of the mansion is the propeller shaft of the "Merrimac" whose engagement with the "Monitor" revolutionized naval warfare the world over



New State Capitol
Title:
New State Capitol
Richmond Virginia (VA), Post Card (Undivided Back) PM 1907 Oct-2


Confederate Museum
Title:
Confederate Museum
Richmond Virginia (VA), Post Card (Undivided Back) PM 1909 Feb-25



Jeff. Davis Old Home Now Confederate Museum
Title:
Jeff. Davis Old Home Now Confederate Museum
Richmond Virginia (VA), Post Card (Undivided Back) PM 1905 Jun-2


Libby Prison
Title:
Libby Prison
Richmond Virginia (VA), Post Card (Undivided Back)



St. Paul's Church and Hotel Richmond
Title:
St. Paul's Church and Hotel Richmond
Richmond Virginia (VA), Post Card (Undivided Back) PM 1907 Aug-29

Description:
St. Paul's Church (Episcopal), situated at the corner of Grace and Ninth Streets, is one of the most impressive of church edifices; in it Jefferson Davis was seated when he received the fatal news that Lee was about to evacuate Petersburg. Hotel Richmond is one of the oldest hostelries in the city; five stories high, it is spacious, convenient and popular with tourists and permanent guests


New Pumphouse
Title:
New Pumphouse
Richmond Virginia (VA), Divided Back unused

Description:
The modern and efficient water-supply system of Richmond and operated by the city. In this view it shows the New Pumphouse, completed in 1883 , containing nine water pumps and an electric plant , the latter being installed in 1905. To the east of the pumphouse is the emergency steam plant, and adjoining this are the four large centrifugal pumps, installed in 1909, and having a capacity of 16 millions gallons daily. The interesting mechanical features of the plant itself, as well as the diversified natural scenery surrounding it, render it an object of interest to numerous visitors



Libby Prison
Title:
Libby Prison
Richmond Virginia (VA), Divided Back

Description:
9124 "Phostint"


San Rafael Ferry
Title:
San Rafael Ferry
Richmond Virginia (VA), Linen



Lucky Strike Cigarette Plant
Title:
Lucky Strike Cigarette Plant
Richmond Virginia (VA), Linen PM 1959 Aug-19

Description:
Over: A large, modern Lucky Strike plant in Richmond, Virginia, where millions of carefully controlled, precision-made cigarettes are made every day. Inset: The American Tobacco Company Research Laboratory, also in Richmond. This is the most modern and fully equipped tobacco research laboratory in America. Visitors are welcome


Richmond Auto Court
Title:
Richmond Auto Court
Richmond Virginia (VA), Linen unused

Description:
1/2 Mile No. of Richmond, Va., U.S. 1 7204 Washington Highway Richmond, Virginia Built and designed to meet the approval of the most discriminating tourist. Air conditioned cottages with television, private baths, garages, thermostatic heat controls, switchboard telephones, 24 hour service, 18 hole golf course adjoining property. Colonial dining room (air conditioned). Phone: 6-2394



Princess Lee Motel
Title:
Princess Lee Motel
Richmond Virginia (VA), Chrome unused

Description:
On U.S. Route #1 - 3 Miles North of Richmond, Virginia 3 miles off U.S. Route #301 1/2 Mile North of Dover Ave. Exit form Interstate 95 Excellent Restaurant - Swimming Pool "Air Conditioned" - Television 24 Hour Service 62 Rooms - 40 in French Provincial Decor. Telephone Richmond 266-2444 Mailing Address: P.O. Box 9487, Richmond, Va


Richmond Motel
Title:
Richmond Motel
Richmond Virginia (VA), Chrome unused

Description:
Richmond Motel In the heart of the city. Two locations 2201 North Lombardy street 2602 Chamberlayne Avenus. (Both on US Routes 1 and 301) Richmond 22, Virginia. 60 Modern Rooms, all with private tiled Baths, TV, Air Conditioned, Restuarants Nearby. Easy Access to Business and Shopping Districts. Mr and Mrs. D.D Burton, Owners-Managers. Phone ELgin 8-2260 Dexter Press, Inc



St. John's Church
Title:
St. John's Church
Richmond Virginia (VA), Post Card (Undivided Back) PM 1907 Mar-15


Lobby, Hotel Jefferson
Title:
Lobby, Hotel Jefferson
Richmond Virginia (VA), Linen PM 1955 Jan-20

Description:
The Jefferson Hotel is one of Richmond's finest and most beautiful hostelries. It covers over an acre of ground space and is built of white brick, stone and marble. This view shows the magnificent of the lobby with its spacious promenades and grand staircase. The Hotel has 430 beautifully appointed rooms and every facility for the guests' comfort and pleasure



Hotel John Marshall
Title:
Hotel John Marshall
Richmond Virginia (VA), Linen unused

Description:
Fifth St. st Franklin - The Heart of Richmond " Center of Historic Virginia "


Washington Equestrian Statue and State Capitol
Title:
Washington Equestrian Statue and State Capitol
Richmond Virginia (VA), Divided Back PM 1911 Jul

Description:
This glorious assemblage of statesmen and patriots portrayed in characteristic attitude, from a constellation of illustrious Virginians surrounding Washington, "the central luminary." The base is designed a six point star, on the rays of which are placed the statues of Jefferson, Henry, Marshall, Mason, Nelson, and Lewis. In the distance is shown the Governor's Mansion, and in the right foreground the State Capitol Building



Colony Inn
Title:
Colony Inn
Richmond Virginia (VA), Linen PM 1951 Sep-20

Description:
An Address of Distinction U.S. Hwy 1 & 301 R.F.D. No, 15 Richmond, Va


Miller & Rhoads
Title:
Miller & Rhoads
Richmond Virginia (VA), Chrome unused

Description:
Virginia's Finest Department Stores. One of the South's great department stores, distinctively Virginian in atmosphere and service



Belmont United Methodist Church
Title:
Belmont United Methodist Church
Richmond Virginia (VA), Chrome unused

Description:
Series 127150 3510 Broad Rock Road Richmond, Virginia 23234 Organized 1955, 1st unit completed in 1958, 2nd unit completed in 1965, 3rd unit (sanctuary extension) completed in 1971. A growing church in a growing community dedicated to the worship of God and service to our fellow-man in the name of Christ


N235:- Swimming Pool and Club House, Staunton River State Park, Halifax County, Virginia
Title:
N235:- Swimming Pool and Club House, Staunton River State Park, Halifax County, Virginia
Richmond Virginia (VA), Linen unused

Description:
Series 44659 Staunton River State Park, Halifax County, Virginia operated by the Virginia Conservation Commission, at Richmond, has a large swimming pool with a small wading pool for children nearby. Cabins are available for one or two weeks' vacation



Jefferson Hotel
Title:
Jefferson Hotel
Richmond Virginia (VA), Post Card (Undivided Back) unused

Description:
Post Card Series 2081


St. Paul's Church And Hotel Richmond
Title:
St. Paul's Church And Hotel Richmond
Richmond Virginia (VA), Post Card (Undivided Back) PM 1906 Oct-19

Description:
Series 2396 St. Paul's Church (Episcopal), situated at the corner of Grace and Ninth Streets, is one of the most impressive of church edifices; in it Jefferson Davis was seated when he received the news that Lee was about to evacuate Petersburg. Hotel Richmond is one of the oldest hostelries in the city, five stories high, it is spacious, convenient and popular with travelers and permanent guests.



State Capitol
Title:
State Capitol
Richmond Virginia (VA), Divided Back unused


State Library
Title:
State Library
Richmond Virginia (VA), Divided Back PM 1907 Nov-11



Jefferson Hotel
Title:
Jefferson Hotel
Richmond Virginia (VA), White Border PM 1932 Apr-29

Description:
Series 130587 This magnificent Hotel was first opened to public patronage in 1895 it was erected by the late Maj. Lewis Ginter, at a cost of nearly two million dollars. It is not surpassed in point of architectural beauty and completeness of equipment by any other hotel in the Country. Ideally situated in the most desirable section of Richmond, within five minutes walk of the business center and shopping district.


The Monumental Church Of Richmond
Title:
The Monumental Church Of Richmond
Richmond Virginia (VA), Chrome PM 1975 Jul-00

Description:
Series ICS-46980 Built in 1812-1814, under direction of a citizens committee headed by Chief Justice John Marshall, as a civic memorial to 73 persons, including Governor Wm. Smith, who perished in the Richmond Theatre fire, Dec. 26, 1811.



Hotel John Marshall, Fifth and Franklin Streets
Title:
Hotel John Marshall, Fifth and Franklin Streets
Richmond Virginia (VA), Chrome unused

Description:
The Finest Hotel In Virginia "You're Welcome in Virginia"


Y. M. C. A
Title:
Y. M. C. A
Richmond Virginia (VA), Linen PM 1951 May-13



Virginia Museum Of Fine Arts, The Boulevard at Grove Avenue
Title:
Virginia Museum Of Fine Arts, The Boulevard at Grove Avenue
Richmond Virginia (VA), Linen PM 1940 Jul-30

Description:
Series 64470 This State institution, opened in January, 1936, houses the famous John Barton Payne Collection of paintings and prints and equally famous Henry P. Strause Collection of fine and decorative arts and many other works of art belonging to Virginia. The Museum and collections re-valued at more than $5,000,000.


Monument Avenue And Lee Monument, Monument Avenue and Lee Monument
Title:
Monument Avenue And Lee Monument, Monument Avenue and Lee Monument
Richmond Virginia (VA), Linen unused

Description:
Series 12,353 Splendid equestrian statue of Gen'l Robt. E. Lee, designed by Mercier, is located on Monument Ave. and is a magnificent tribute to the "idol of the South." It was unveiled May 30th, 1890 by Gen'l Joseph E. Johnson, and was the occasion of the greatest reunion of Confederate Veterans ever held.



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