Old Ivy Inn, University Station
Title:
Old Ivy Inn, University Station
Charlottesville Virginia (VA), Linen unused


Howard Johnson's Motor Lodge & Restaurant
Title:
Howard Johnson's Motor Lodge & Restaurant
Charlottesville Virginia (VA), Jumbo/Large Format unused



East Portico, Farmington Country Club
Title:
East Portico, Farmington Country Club
Charlottesville Virginia (VA), Linen unused


Chapel and Rectory - Blue Ridge School
Title:
Chapel and Rectory - Blue Ridge School
Charlottesville Virginia (VA), Linen PM 1940 May-21

Description:
Industrial School situated on a slope of the Blue Ridge, about twenty minutes from Charlottesville, offers Christian education and vocational training to boys and girls of the mountains and other rural sections. Pupils of the School are given, through the medium of varied and useful work, the opportunity of contributing to their own families and of learning to care for the needs of others.



Dairy Herd - Blue Ridge Industrial School
Title:
Dairy Herd - Blue Ridge Industrial School
Charlottesville Virginia (VA), Linen PM May-21


Lewis and Clark Statue
Title:
Lewis and Clark Statue
Charlottesville Virginia (VA), Chrome PM 1954



Colonial Bar, Michie Tavern
Title:
Colonial Bar, Michie Tavern
Charlottesville Virginia (VA), Real Photo unused


Siesta Motor Court
Title:
Siesta Motor Court
Charlottesville Virginia (VA), Chrome PM 1968 Apr-25



Monticello, West Front
Title:
Monticello, West Front
Charlottesville Virginia (VA), Linen PM 1942 Jan-27

Description:
Monticello, the home of Thomas Jefferson, designed and built by him on the mountain top overlooking Charlottesville, Virginia, is now a National Memorial and Patriotic Shrine maintained by the Thomas Jefferson Memorial Foundation, 70 Pine Street, New York.


Monticello - East Front
Title:
Monticello - East Front
Charlottesville Virginia (VA), Linen PM 1942 Jan-31

Description:
Monticello , the house of Thomas Jefferson, designed and built by him on the mountain overlooking Charlottesville, Virginia, is now a National Memorial and Patriotic Shrine maintained by the Thomas Jefferson Memorial Foundation, 70 Pine Street, New York.



Monticello - Principal Floor Plan
Title:
Monticello - Principal Floor Plan
Charlottesville Virginia (VA), Linen PM 1942 Jan-24

Description:
Monticello, the home of Thomas Jefferson, designed and built by him on the mountain top overlooking Charlottesville, Virginia, is now a National Memorial and Patriotic Shrine maintained by the Thomas Jefferson Memorial Foundation, 70 Pine Street, New York.


Monticello - West Front, Showing Recently Restored Gardens and Fish Pond
Title:
Monticello - West Front, Showing Recently Restored Gardens and Fish Pond
Charlottesville Virginia (VA), Linen PM 1942 Jan-24

Description:
Monticello, the home of Thomas Jefferson, designed and built by him on the mountain top overlooking Charlottesville, Virginia, is now a National Memorial and Patriotic Shrine maintained by The Thomas Jefferson Memorial Foundation, 70 Pine Street, New York.



Serpentine Wall - University of Va.
Title:
Serpentine Wall - University of Va.
Charlottesville Virginia (VA), Real Photo unused


A view of the front of "Monticello"
Title:
A view of the front of "Monticello"
Charlottesville Virginia (VA), Real Photo PM 1942 Jan-27

Description:
"Monticello" The home of Thomas Jefferson - Charlottesville, VA. 43A



Tomb of Thomas Jefferson
Title:
Tomb of Thomas Jefferson
Charlottesville Virginia (VA), Real Photo PM 1942 Jan-29

Description:
Monticello


Monticello - Home of Thomas Jefferson
Title:
Monticello - Home of Thomas Jefferson
Charlottesville Virginia (VA), Real Photo PM 1942 Jan-24



Monticello, The Home Of Thomas Jefferson
Title:
Monticello, The Home Of Thomas Jefferson
Charlottesville Virginia (VA), Real Photo PM 1942 Jan-27


Monticello
Title:
Monticello
Charlottesville Virginia (VA), Real Photo PM 1942 Jan-30

Description:
Home of Thomas Jefferson



Town and Country Motor Lodge
Title:
Town and Country Motor Lodge
Charlottesville Virginia (VA), Chrome PM 1956 Jul-23

Description:
On US 250 1/2 mile east of town - near Monticello. Spacious lounge for guests. Tile baths, combination tub-showers, wall to wall carpet, air conditioned, hot water heat, panoramic view of Blue Ridge Mountains. Telephone 2-4371.


Holiday Inn
Title:
Holiday Inn
Charlottesville Virginia (VA), Chrome unused

Description:
Swimming Pool - Air-conditioned - Restaurant - Free TV - Free Teletype Reservations - Your Host From Coast-to-Coast



Commonwealth Motor Court
Title:
Commonwealth Motor Court
Charlottesville Virginia (VA), Chrome unused

Description:
On US 250 half mile west of Charlottesville. A distinctively modern motor court, completely air conditioned, adjacent to an excellent restaurant. TV, room phones and radios. Dexter Press, Inc.


White Surrey
Title:
White Surrey
Charlottesville Virginia (VA), Chrome unused

Description:
Located 1/4 mile west of University of Virginia. On Route 250. Serving breakfast, lunch & dinner. Air conditioned. Continuous service from 7 am to 11 pm. Coach Room. Featuring sandwiches. ABC License 603, on and off premises. Television. Your hosts: Lyd Charlie & Jim Gianokos.



Town and Country Motor Lodge
Title:
Town and Country Motor Lodge
Charlottesville Virginia (VA), Chrome unused


Farmington Country Club
Title:
Farmington Country Club
Charlottesville Virginia (VA), White Border unused



Academic Building-University of Virginia
Title:
Academic Building-University of Virginia
Charlottesville Virginia (VA), Post Card (Undivided Back) unused


Y.M.C.A. University of Virginia
Title:
Y.M.C.A. University of Virginia
Charlottesville Virginia (VA), Post Card (Undivided Back) PM Jul-7



Tomb of Thomas Jefferson at Monticello
Title:
Tomb of Thomas Jefferson at Monticello
Charlottesville Virginia (VA), Real Photo unused


Looking Toward Number 12 Tee, Farmington Country Club
Title:
Looking Toward Number 12 Tee, Farmington Country Club
Charlottesville Virginia (VA), White Border unused

Description:
The Farmington Country Club is located on the Jefferson Highway about two miles west of the University of Virginia. The house and grounds consisting of 975 acres command an unobstructed view of the Blue Ridge Mountains. There is an eighteen hole golf course considered by experts to be one of the best in the country.



An Intimate View of the Swimming Pool and Old Slave Quarters Now Used As Guest Rooms
Title:
An Intimate View of the Swimming Pool and Old Slave Quarters Now Used As Guest Rooms
Charlottesville Virginia (VA), White Border unused

Description:
The Farmington Country Club is located on the Jefferson Highway three miles west of Charlottesville and the University of Virginia. The land comprising this estate was patented in 1744 and a major portion of the present building was constructed in 1770. The unobstructed view of 100 or more miles is unexcelled. Eighteen sporty scenic golf Holes


Holiday Inn
Title:
Holiday Inn
Charlottesville Virginia (VA), Chrome unused

Description:
Intersection U.S. Highways 29 & 250 By-Pass. Ph. 293-9111, AC: 703, TWX: CHARVL 333 Swimming Pool - Air-conditioned - Restaurant - Free TV - Free Teletype Reservations



White House Motel Court & Restaurant
Title:
White House Motel Court & Restaurant
Charlottesville Virginia (VA), Chrome unused


South View Monticello, Home of Thomas Jefferson
Title:
South View Monticello, Home of Thomas Jefferson
Charlottesville Virginia (VA), White Border PM 1928 Apr-9

Description:
Monticello, Home of Thomas Jefferson, view from southwest. In his study on the lower floor, right, Jefferson wrote the first draft of the Declaration of Independence. C. T. American Art



Monticello - Home of Thomas Jefferson
Title:
Monticello - Home of Thomas Jefferson
Charlottesville Virginia (VA), Divided Back unused


Greetings from Walton's Mountain, Home of John Boy
Title:
Greetings from Walton's Mountain, Home of John Boy
Charlottesville Virginia (VA), Chrome unused

Description:
J. Meak Barton TOP LEFT: "Walton's Mountain," real name Appleberry Mountain. BOTTOM LEFT: "Ike Godsey's Store" owned and operated by the Snead family. MIDDLE: "Walton" home where John Boy grew up. The family's real name is Hamner and John Boy is Earl Hamner, Jr. The Hamners still own this lovely home. TOP RIGHT: Baptist Church. BOTTOM RIGHT: Rock Fish River.



University of Virginia - The Hospital
Title:
University of Virginia - The Hospital
Charlottesville Virginia (VA), Divided Back PM 1916 Jun-26


The Observatory, University of Virginia
Title:
The Observatory, University of Virginia
Charlottesville Virginia (VA), Divided Back unused



University of Virginia
Title:
University of Virginia
Charlottesville Virginia (VA), Divided Back unused


Michie Tavern
Title:
Michie Tavern
Charlottesville Virginia (VA), Chrome unused

Description:
Oldest historic house museum, built in 1735



Gallery Court Motor Hotel Adjoining Howard Johnson's Restaurant
Title:
Gallery Court Motor Hotel Adjoining Howard Johnson's Restaurant
Charlottesville Virginia (VA), Linen unused

Description:
Most centrally located in Historic Charlottesville and adjoining the University of Virginia grounds. Complete 24-hour Hotel Service with telephones, radio clocks and Free T.V. Pets Allowed Approved AAA. Address Box 350, Charlottesville, Virginia, phone 3-5141 "Landmark For Hungry Americans" Visit the most popular Raven Room and relax in its unique atmosphere. Special Attention Given to Organized Tours. At Intersections of Routes 29 & 250


Statue of James Monroe, 1758-1831, at Ash Lawn
Title:
Statue of James Monroe, 1758-1831, at Ash Lawn
Charlottesville Virginia (VA), Real Photo unused



Monticello
Title:
Monticello
Charlottesville Virginia (VA), Chrome PM 1960 May-18

Description:
The home of Thomas Jefferson


University Hospital at the University of Virginia
Title:
University Hospital at the University of Virginia
Charlottesville Virginia (VA), Linen PM 1939 Nov-22



Holiday Inn
Title:
Holiday Inn
Charlottesville Virginia (VA), Continental Chrome unused

Description:
Intersection US 29 North & 250 By-Pass


Siesta Motor Court
Title:
Siesta Motor Court
Charlottesville Virginia (VA), Chrome unused



Overlook Motel
Title:
Overlook Motel
Charlottesville Virginia (VA), Linen unused


Colonial Bar, Michie Tavern
Title:
Colonial Bar, Michie Tavern
Charlottesville Virginia (VA), Linen unused



Stonewall Jackson Monument
Title:
Stonewall Jackson Monument
Charlottesville Virginia (VA), Linen unused

Description:
showing Albemarle County Office Building and Court House


Blue Ridge Sanatorium
Title:
Blue Ridge Sanatorium
Charlottesville Virginia (VA), Linen unused



Alderman Library, University of Virginia
Title:
Alderman Library, University of Virginia
Charlottesville Virginia (VA), Linen unused

Description:
Built in memorial to Dr. Alderman, who was president for many years


George Wright Masonic Memorial Building, Blue Ridge Sanatorium
Title:
George Wright Masonic Memorial Building, Blue Ridge Sanatorium
Charlottesville Virginia (VA), Linen unused



Serpentine Walls University of Virginia
Title:
Serpentine Walls University of Virginia
Charlottesville Virginia (VA), Linen unused


Univeristy of Virginia - Bird's Eye View
Title:
Univeristy of Virginia - Bird's Eye View
Charlottesville Virginia (VA), Linen unused



Monticello - Jefferson's Study
Title:
Monticello - Jefferson's Study
Charlottesville Virginia (VA), Linen unused

Description:
Jefferson's study through his sleeping alcove, showing window boards used by Jefferson as his desks. Monticello, the home of Thomas Jefferson, designed and built by him, is now a patriotic shrine maintained by coluntary contributions from the patriots of America to the Thomas Jefferson Memorial Foundation. National headqaurters, 115 Broadway, New York


Monticello - Salon
Title:
Monticello - Salon
Charlottesville Virginia (VA), Linen unused

Description:
Monticello, the home of Thomas Jefferson, designed and built by him, is now a patriotic shrine maintained by voluntary contributions from the patriots of America to the Thomas Jefferson Memorial Foundation. National headquarters, 115 Broadway, New York City



Thos. Jefferson Inn
Title:
Thos. Jefferson Inn
Charlottesville Virginia (VA), Linen unused

Description:
Hotel and Court Accommodations-Air-Conditioned-Fine Foods-Swimming Pool-Virginia Hospitality in Jefferson's Country


The Boar's Head Inn
Title:
The Boar's Head Inn
Charlottesville Virginia (VA), Linen unused

Description:
New year-round resort inn on 300-acre estate. Historic Old Mill Room for dining; tennis, swimming, fishing; sixty air-conditioned rooms and suites



Entrance to Kitchens and Supply Rooms Below Stairs on Southern Side
Title:
Entrance to Kitchens and Supply Rooms Below Stairs on Southern Side
Charlottesville Virginia (VA), Linen unused

Description:
"Ash Lawn," home of James Monroe, revolutionary hero, signer of the Louisiana Purchase, author of the Monroe Doctrine and fifth President of the United States. Planned for him by his friend and neighbor Thomas Jefferson and built in 1798, within three miles of "Monticello," Charlottesville, Virginia


Town & Country Motor Lodge
Title:
Town & Country Motor Lodge
Charlottesville Virginia (VA), Chrome

Description:
60 ground level rooms and apts. Air conditioned, tiled tub - shower baths, TV, room phones, & wall to wall carpeting. Restaurants, swimming pool, children's playground, lawn games & patios. 20 acres with a scenic mountain view. Nearest Monticello. Commercial and family rates



Town and Country Motor Lodge
Title:
Town and Country Motor Lodge
Charlottesville Virginia (VA), Chrome unused

Description:
Featured in Esquire 60 luxurious air conditioned units, tile baths, combination tub-shower, glass enclosed. All with room phones and TV. Restaurant, swimming pool. 20 acres. U. S. 250 1/2 mile east of Charlottesville, Virginia. Phone 3-6191


Town and Country Motor Lodge
Title:
Town and Country Motor Lodge
Charlottesville Virginia (VA), Chrome unused

Description:
60 ground level rooms and apartments, air conditioned, tiled tub, shower baths, TV, room phones, and wall to wall carpeting. Restaurants, swimming pool, children's playground, lawn games and patios. 20 acres with a scenic mountain view. Nearest Monticell, commercial and family rates. US 250, 1/2 mile east of Charlottesville. Phone 293-6191 - area code 703



Memorial Gymnasium, University of Virginia
Title:
Memorial Gymnasium, University of Virginia
Charlottesville Virginia (VA), Chrome unused

Description:
Given by alumni to honor the dead of World War I, is the center for many athletic activities and for physical training. Extensive practice fields and tennis courts adjoin it. In the rear, right, is Alumni Hall, and behind it Lewis Mountain, named for Meriwether Lewis, the soldier explorer who was born a few miles away


Scott Stadium - University of Virginia
Title:
Scott Stadium - University of Virginia
Charlottesville Virginia (VA), Chrome unused

Description:
This aerial view shows the Sctt Stadium, the home field of the famous Cavaliers of the University of Virginia



The Blue Ridge Sanitarium
Title:
The Blue Ridge Sanitarium
Charlottesville Virginia (VA), Chrome unused

Description:
This modern structure offers all of the latest medical advances to its patients, in its beautiful mountain surroundings, near Charlottesville, Virginia


Medical School and Hospital, University of Virginia
Title:
Medical School and Hospital, University of Virginia
Charlottesville Virginia (VA), Chrome unused

Description:
HS Crocker Co., Inc



Home of Thomas Jefferson at Monticello
Title:
Home of Thomas Jefferson at Monticello
Charlottesville Virginia (VA), White Border unused


University of Virginia
Title:
University of Virginia
Charlottesville Virginia (VA), White Border unused

Description:
West Range showing location of Edgar Allen Poe Room. Edgar Allen Poe, born January 19, 1809. His entire period at the University of Virginia consisted of ten months and one day. Died 1849. His room is back of the third Arch and room number 13



Memorial Gymnasium, University of Virginia
Title:
Memorial Gymnasium, University of Virginia
Charlottesville Virginia (VA), White Border unused


The Lawn, University of Virginia
Title:
The Lawn, University of Virginia
Charlottesville Virginia (VA), Chrome unused

Description:
Herbert Lanks Looking toward the Rotunda from Cabell Hall City News Store



University of Virginia
Title:
University of Virginia
Charlottesville Virginia (VA), Chrome unused

Description:
South View of Cabell Hall, McIntire Amphitheatre, and Commons


The Rotunda, University of Virginia
Title:
The Rotunda, University of Virginia
Charlottesville Virginia (VA), Chrome unused

Description:
Centerpiece of the campus. Designed by Thomas Jefferson, it was first used for a banquet for the Marquis de Lafayette. The interior was largely destroyed in an 1895 fire. Restoration was completed, but not to Jefferson's original plans. Following a detailed restoration in the early 1970s, visitors can once again delight in the architectural genius of the "Sage of Monticello."



The Thomas Jefferson Inn
Title:
The Thomas Jefferson Inn
Charlottesville Virginia (VA), Linen PM 1965 Jul-9

Description:
Hotel and court accommodations- air conditioned- fine food- swimming pool. Virginia hospitality in Jefferson County


Monticello: East Front
Title:
Monticello: East Front
Charlottesville Virginia (VA), Linen unused



Slave Quarters, Monticello
Title:
Slave Quarters, Monticello
Charlottesville Virginia (VA), Linen unused

Description:
Monticello, designed and built by Thomas Jefferson, is one of the most perfect examples of architecture in America. Begun in 1769, it was several years being built, as most of the materials used were made on the property - the timbers were hewn there, and the bricks and even the nails and hardware were made there. Jefferson was of an inventive turn of mind and his home contains many evidences of this as several of the devices he contrived are in popular use today


Michie's Old Tavern
Title:
Michie's Old Tavern
Charlottesville Virginia (VA), Divided Back unused

Description:
Built 1735-1765



White Surrey
Title:
White Surrey
Charlottesville Virginia (VA), Chrome unused

Description:
Located 1/4 mile west of University of Virginia. On Route 250, Charlottesville, Va., serving breakfast, lunch & dinner; air-conditioned; continuous service from 7 AM to 11 PM. Coach Room - featuring sandwiches, ABC License 603, on and off premises; television. Your hosts. Loyd Charlie & Jim Glanakos


South view of the University of Virginia
Title:
South view of the University of Virginia
Charlottesville Virginia (VA), Chrome unused

Description:
Cabell Hall, McIntire Ampitheatre and Commons



Aerial View of University of Virginia
Title:
Aerial View of University of Virginia
Charlottesville Virginia (VA), Chrome unused

Description:
Herbert Lanks South view of Cabell Hall, McIntire Amphitheatre, and Commons, University of Virginia City News Store


The Famous Serpentine Wall at University of Virginia
Title:
The Famous Serpentine Wall at University of Virginia
Charlottesville Virginia (VA), Chrome unused

Description:
Designed by Thomas Jefferson to conserve bricks through its single brick thickness construction City News Store



KR.19 - View of East Lawn - University of Virginia
Title:
KR.19 - View of East Lawn - University of Virginia
Charlottesville Virginia (VA), Chrome unused

Description:
East Lawn showing Pavilion VI in foreground


McIntire Amphitheatre and Cooke Hall, University of Virginia
Title:
McIntire Amphitheatre and Cooke Hall, University of Virginia
Charlottesville Virginia (VA), Chrome unused

Description:
City News Store



Commonwealth Motor Court
Title:
Commonwealth Motor Court
Charlottesville Virginia (VA), Chrome PM 1961 Sep-24

Description:
On U.S. 250 half mile west of Charlottesville, Va. A distinctively modern motor court, completely air-conditioned, adjacent to an excellent restaurant. Room phones and radios. Phone 3-6181 Dexter Press


Old servants quarters, Monticello
Title:
Old servants quarters, Monticello
Charlottesville Virginia (VA), Linen unused

Description:
Monticello Shop and Honeymoon Lodge. Monticello,the home of Thomas Jefferson,designed and built by him on the Mountain Top overlooking Charlottesville,Virginia,is now a patriotic shrine maintained by voluntary contributions from the patriots of America to the Thomas Jefferson Memorial Foundation. National headquarters,115 Broadway,new York City



Holiday Inn
Title:
Holiday Inn
Charlottesville Virginia (VA), Chrome PM Aug

Description:
Swimming pool- Air conditioning- Restaurant- Free TV- Free teletype reservations


Swimming Pools Farmington Country Club
Title:
Swimming Pools Farmington Country Club
Charlottesville Virginia (VA), Chrome PM 1977 Jul-15



Michie Tavern
Title:
Michie Tavern
Charlottesville Virginia (VA), Linen unused

Description:
Michie Tavern, once the home of Patrick Henry, was built m 1763. It is located one mile southeast from Charlottesville, Va., on the Monticello Road. This historic old tavern has been restored and is furnished from Revolutionary and Colonial periods


Pantops Restaurant & The Town & Country Motel
Title:
Pantops Restaurant & The Town & Country Motel
Charlottesville Virginia (VA), Chrome unused

Description:
This aerial view shows one of the many famous Restaurants and Motels, which attract many visitors each year to the many scenic and historical shrines, near and around the Charlottesville area



Sunset Scene
Title:
Sunset Scene
Charlottesville Virginia (VA), Linen unused

Description:
Series C7 Sunset Scene.Gymnasium. University of Virginia. Charlottesville.VA


Infirmary Blue Ridge Sanatorium
Title:
Infirmary Blue Ridge Sanatorium
Charlottesville Virginia (VA), Linen unused

Description:
Series E-9465



George W. Wright Memorial Pavilion, Blue Sanatorium
Title:
George W. Wright Memorial Pavilion, Blue Sanatorium
Charlottesville Virginia (VA), Linen unused

Description:
Series E-9466


Davis Building, Blue Sanatorium
Title:
Davis Building, Blue Sanatorium
Charlottesville Virginia (VA), Linen unused

Description:
Series E-9468



School Of Medicine, Universtiy of Va
Title:
School Of Medicine, Universtiy of Va
Charlottesville Virginia (VA), Linen unused

Description:
Series E-8205


South View Of Cabell Hall
Title:
South View Of Cabell Hall
Charlottesville Virginia (VA), Chrome unused

Description:
Series C4439 South view of Cabell Hall, McIntire Amphitheatre, and Commons, University of Virginia, Charlottesville, Va.



University Chapel, University of Virginia
Title:
University Chapel, University of Virginia
Charlottesville Virginia (VA), Chrome unused

Description:
Series C3976


South View Of Cabell Hall, University of Virginia
Title:
South View Of Cabell Hall, University of Virginia
Charlottesville Virginia (VA), Chrome unused

Description:
South view of Cabell Hall, McIntire Amphitheatre, and Commons, University of Virginia, Charlottesville, Va.



The Famous Serpentine Wall, University of Virginia
Title:
The Famous Serpentine Wall, University of Virginia
Charlottesville Virginia (VA), Chrome unused

Description:
Designed by Thomas Jefferson to conserve bricks through its single brick thickness construction


Pantops
Title:
Pantops
Charlottesville Virginia (VA), Chrome PM 1958 Mar-05

Description:
Where hospitality blends with unexcelled southern atmosphere and cuisine. Complete banquet and party facilities. Owned and operated by Town and County Motor Lodge. Located on U.S. 250, ½ mile east of Charlottesville, Virginia. Telephone 2-6913.



Serpentine Walls, University of Virginia
Title:
Serpentine Walls, University of Virginia
Charlottesville Virginia (VA), Chrome unused

Description:
Thomas Jefferson designed these winding walls - one brick thick - to separate gardens behind the homes of faculty members at the University of Virginia. According to tradition, these were patterned after the ribbon walls he had admired in an English garden while serving as Ambassador to France.


Michie'S Old Tavern
Title:
Michie'S Old Tavern
Charlottesville Virginia (VA), Linen unused

Description:
Yhis history tavern museum was the bobyhood home of the famous orator ,Patrick Henry.It is located on route 53 one mile southeast of Charlottesville ,Virginnia.It is open to visitors



Davis Building Nurses Home, Blue Ridge Sanatorium
Title:
Davis Building Nurses Home, Blue Ridge Sanatorium
Charlottesville Virginia (VA), Linen unused


Davis Building Nurses Home, Blue Ridge Sanatorium
Title:
Davis Building Nurses Home, Blue Ridge Sanatorium
Charlottesville Virginia (VA), Linen unused



George Wright Masonic Memorial Building, Blue Ridge Sanatorium
Title:
George Wright Masonic Memorial Building, Blue Ridge Sanatorium
Charlottesville Virginia (VA), Linen unused


Moonlight Scene Of Martha Jefferson Hospital
Title:
Moonlight Scene Of Martha Jefferson Hospital
Charlottesville Virginia (VA), Linen unused



Infirmary Blue Ridge Sanatorium
Title:
Infirmary Blue Ridge Sanatorium
Charlottesville Virginia (VA), Linen unused


Chapel Blue Ridge Sanatorium
Title:
Chapel Blue Ridge Sanatorium
Charlottesville Virginia (VA), Linen unused



School Of Medicine
Title:
School Of Medicine
Charlottesville Virginia (VA), Linen unused

Description:
University of Va


North Side Of Monroe Home Facing Monticello
Title:
North Side Of Monroe Home Facing Monticello
Charlottesville Virginia (VA), Divided Back unused

Description:
North side of Monroe home facing Monticello. Sundial garden with old brick walks. "Ask Lawn," home of James Monroe, revolutionary hero, signer of the Louisiana Purchase, author of the Monroe Doctrine and fifth President of the United States. Planned for him by his friend and neighbor Thomas Jefferson and built in 1798, within three miles of "Monticello," Charlottesville, Virginia.



George Wright Masonic Memorial Building, Blue Ridge Sanatorium
Title:
George Wright Masonic Memorial Building, Blue Ridge Sanatorium
Charlottesville Virginia (VA), Linen unused


University Of Virginia
Title:
University Of Virginia
Charlottesville Virginia (VA), Divided Back PM 1910 Mar-10



Monticello, West Front
Title:
Monticello, West Front
Charlottesville Virginia (VA), Linen PM 1942 Jan-27

Description:
Home of Thomas Jefferson, from an original etching by Carl Abel. Designed and built by Thomas Jefferson himself, on the mountain top overlooking Charlottesville. It is now a National Memorial and Patriotic Shrine maintained by the Thomas Jefferson Memorial Foundation.


Farmington Country Club
Title:
Farmington Country Club
Charlottesville Virginia (VA), White Border unused

Description:
The Farmington Country Club is located on the Jefferson Highway three miles west of Charlottesville and the University of Virginia. The land comprising the estate was patented in 1744 and a major portion of the present building was constructed about 1770. The unobstructed view of 100 or more miles of the Blue Ridge Mountains is unexcelled. Eighteen sporty golf holes.



Mechanical Laboratory, University of Virginia
Title:
Mechanical Laboratory, University of Virginia
Charlottesville Virginia (VA), White Border PM 1920 Jul-5


The Chapel at the University of Virginia
Title:
The Chapel at the University of Virginia
Charlottesville Virginia (VA), Divided Back unused

Description:
The Chapel--University of Virginia. The chapel is a handsome edifice in the Gothic style of architecture, standing west of the Rotunda. The corner stone was laid in 1885, and the building dedicated in 1889. The cost was about $30,000, the great part of which was defrayed by the Alumni. The Chapel contains several beautiful memorial windows and tablets.



Lawn and Rotunda, University of Virginia
Title:
Lawn and Rotunda, University of Virginia
Charlottesville Virginia (VA), Linen unused

Description:
Curt Teich & Co.


Serpentine Wall, one brick wide, built by Thomas Jefferson, University of Virginia
Title:
Serpentine Wall, one brick wide, built by Thomas Jefferson, University of Virginia
Charlottesville Virginia (VA), Linen unused

Description:
The Albertype Co.



The Lawn at University of Virginia
Title:
The Lawn at University of Virginia
Charlottesville Virginia (VA), Post Card (Undivided Back) unused


South Front Rotunda, University of VA.
Title:
South Front Rotunda, University of VA.
Charlottesville Virginia (VA), Post Card (Undivided Back) unused



University of Virginia - Academic Building
Title:
University of Virginia - Academic Building
Charlottesville Virginia (VA), Post Card (Undivided Back) PM May-13


University of Virginia - Hospital
Title:
University of Virginia - Hospital
Charlottesville Virginia (VA), Post Card (Undivided Back) unused



Public Hall, University of Virginia
Title:
Public Hall, University of Virginia
Charlottesville Virginia (VA), Post Card (Undivided Back) PM 1905 Dec-9


Howard Johnson's Motor Lodge and Restaurant
Title:
Howard Johnson's Motor Lodge and Restaurant
Charlottesville Virginia (VA), Jumbo/Large Format unused

Description:
13th and West Main Street, at the University of Virginia.



Madison Hall, YMCA, University of Virginia
Title:
Madison Hall, YMCA, University of Virginia
Charlottesville Virginia (VA), Linen unused


University of Virginia - University Chapel
Title:
University of Virginia - University Chapel
Charlottesville Virginia (VA), Chrome unused



Hospital at the University of Virginia
Title:
Hospital at the University of Virginia
Charlottesville Virginia (VA), White Border unused


Bird's-Eye View, University of Virginia, Charlottesville, Virginia
Title:
Bird's-Eye View, University of Virginia, Charlottesville, Virginia
Charlottesville Virginia (VA), Linen unused



Monticello - The Home of Thomas Jefferson
Title:
Monticello - The Home of Thomas Jefferson
Charlottesville Virginia (VA), Real Photo unused


The Alderman Memorial Library, University of Virginia
Title:
The Alderman Memorial Library, University of Virginia
Charlottesville Virginia (VA), Linen unused

Description:
THE UNIVERSITY OF VIRGINIA, at Charlottesville, founded and designed by Thomas Jefferson in 1816, bledns modernity with the classic beauty of the Colonial period. On its first governing board were James Monroe, Thomas Jefferson and James Madison, and the Marquis de LaFayette was twice entertained here. Edgar Allan poe and Woodrow Wilson were students of this university and Edwin A. Alderma, educational statesman, was its late president



Monticello Hotel - "All the Charm of Old Virginia"
Title:
Monticello Hotel - "All the Charm of Old Virginia"
Charlottesville Virginia (VA), Linen unused


Jefferson Motor Lodge
Title:
Jefferson Motor Lodge
Charlottesville Virginia (VA), Chrome unused

Description:
On U.S. Highway 29, 1 mile South of town. In the heart of historical Virginia. Air conditioned, modern rooms, tile baths, city water, TV, restaurant Dexter Press, Inc



Stonewall Jackson Monument
Title:
Stonewall Jackson Monument
Charlottesville Virginia (VA), Linen unused

Description:
Showing Albemarle County Office Buildings and Court House


Monticello, Home of Thomas Jefferson
Title:
Monticello, Home of Thomas Jefferson
Charlottesville Virginia (VA), White Border unused

Description:
Now a National Shrine owned by the Thomas Jefferson Memorial Association



South Front Rotunda and Lawn, University of Virginia
Title:
South Front Rotunda and Lawn, University of Virginia
Charlottesville Virginia (VA), White Border unused


Entrance to University of Virginia
Title:
Entrance to University of Virginia
Charlottesville Virginia (VA), White Border unused



Cabell Hall, University of Virginia
Title:
Cabell Hall, University of Virginia
Charlottesville Virginia (VA), White Border unused


West Lawn, University of Virginia
Title:
West Lawn, University of Virginia
Charlottesville Virginia (VA), White Border unused



Main Street, Looking West
Title:
Main Street, Looking West
Charlottesville Virginia (VA), White Border unused


McIntire Amphitheatre & Mechanical Laboratory, University of Virginia
Title:
McIntire Amphitheatre & Mechanical Laboratory, University of Virginia
Charlottesville Virginia (VA), White Border unused



Law Building and Amphitheatre, University of Virginia
Title:
Law Building and Amphitheatre, University of Virginia
Charlottesville Virginia (VA), White Border unused


Perspective view of Monticello - Designed and Built by Thomas Jefferson
Title:
Perspective view of Monticello - Designed and Built by Thomas Jefferson
Charlottesville Virginia (VA), Linen unused

Description:
Monticello, the home of Thomas Jefferson, designed and built by him on the mountain top overlooking Charlottesville, Virginia, is now a National Memorial and Patriotic Shrine maintained by The Thomas Jefferson Memorial Foundation, Monticello, Charlottesville, Virginia



School of Engineering, University of Va
Title:
School of Engineering, University of Va
Charlottesville Virginia (VA), Linen unused


Airplane View of Charlottesville
Title:
Airplane View of Charlottesville
Charlottesville Virginia (VA), Linen unused



University of Virginia From the Air
Title:
University of Virginia From the Air
Charlottesville Virginia (VA), Linen unused

Description:
THE UNIVERSITY OF VIRGINIA, at Charlottesville, founded and designed by Thomas Jefferson in 1816, blends modernity with the classic beauty of the Colonial period. On its first governing board were James Monroe, Thomas Jefferson and James Madison, and the Marquis de LaFayette was twice entertained here. Edgar Allen Poe and Woodrow Wilson were students of this university and Edwin A. Alderman, educational statesman, was its late president


North Side Rotunda, University of Virginia
Title:
North Side Rotunda, University of Virginia
Charlottesville Virginia (VA), Divided Back PM 1911 Jul-16



An Air-View of the City of Charlottesville, Showing Skyline Drive Mountain in the Background
Title:
An Air-View of the City of Charlottesville, Showing Skyline Drive Mountain in the Background
Charlottesville Virginia (VA), Chrome unused


Lawn Looking Toward Rotunda, University of Virginia
Title:
Lawn Looking Toward Rotunda, University of Virginia
Charlottesville Virginia (VA), Chrome unused



Medical School and Hospital, University of Virginia
Title:
Medical School and Hospital, University of Virginia
Charlottesville Virginia (VA), Chrome unused


Rotunda at the University of Virginia
Title:
Rotunda at the University of Virginia
Charlottesville Virginia (VA), Chrome unused

Description:
Thomas Jefferson modeled the Rotunda after the Roman Pantheon. Flanking it on either side five Pavillion house professors or classrooms; between them students rooms open onto colonnaded corridors



The Thomas Jefferson Inn
Title:
The Thomas Jefferson Inn
Charlottesville Virginia (VA), Linen unused

Description:
Hotel and court accommodations- air conditioned- fine foods- swimming pool


Sunset Scene, Gymnasium, University of Virginia
Title:
Sunset Scene, Gymnasium, University of Virginia
Charlottesville Virginia (VA), Linen unused



Academical Bldg., University Of Virginia
Title:
Academical Bldg., University Of Virginia
Charlottesville Virginia (VA), Divided Back PM 1908 Jun-25


Serpentine Wall, University of Virginia
Title:
Serpentine Wall, University of Virginia
Charlottesville Virginia (VA), Divided Back unused



Lane High School, Charlottesville, VA
Title:
Lane High School, Charlottesville, VA
Charlottesville Virginia (VA), Linen unused

Description:
Series C45 Charlottesville is nestled in the foothills of the Blue Ridge amidst the apple and peach orchards of Arblemarle County. It is near the awe-inspiring Skyline Drive and Shenandoah National Park. Charlottesville is one of the most historic cities in America for here lived James Monroe at Ashlawn, Thomas Jefferson at Monticello and here at the University of Virginia (founded and designed by Jefferson)studied Edgar Allen Poe, Woodrow Wilson and other famous people


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

Description:
Series 45324 C4-Winter Scene Showing Rotunda, University of Virginia, Charlottesville, VA



University Of Virginia
Title:
University Of Virginia
Charlottesville Virginia (VA), Linen unused

Description:
Series E-7373 Edgar Allan Poe, born January 19, 1809. His entire period at the University of Virginia consisted of ten months and one day. Died 1849. His room is back of the third Arch and room number 13.


University Of Virginia From The Air
Title:
University Of Virginia From The Air
Charlottesville Virginia (VA), Linen unused

Description:
Series 1197 The University of Virginia, at Charlottesville, founded and designed by Thomas Jefferson in 1816, blends modernity with the classic beauty of the Colonial period. On its first governing board were James Monroe, Thomas Jefferson and James Madison, and the Marquis de LaFayette was twice entertained here. Edgar Allen Poe and Woodrow Wilson were students of this university and Edwin A. Alderman, Educational Statesman, was its late president.



Skibo Lodge, 2 Miles North, U. S. Highway Number 29
Title:
Skibo Lodge, 2 Miles North, U. S. Highway Number 29
Charlottesville Virginia (VA), White Border unused

Description:
Modern cabins, heated and insulated. Bath with every room. Modern Coffee Shop for your convenience and "You'll Like Our Food".


The Boar's Head Inn
Title:
The Boar's Head Inn
Charlottesville Virginia (VA), Chrome

Description:
Year-round resort inn on 300-acre estate Historic Old Mill Room for dining Tennis, Swimming, fishing 103 air-conditioned rooms and suites Par 3 Golf Course



Serpentine Wall, University of Virginia
Title:
Serpentine Wall, University of Virginia
Charlottesville Virginia (VA), White Border PM 1917 Jun-21


Michie Tavern
Title:
Michie Tavern
Charlottesville Virginia (VA), Chrome PM 1966 Dec-05

Description:
Michie Tavern at Charlottesville, Virginia, is the oldest historic house museum, a boyhood home of Patrick Henry, built in 1735 by his father and owned by him for more than ten years. Later it became a famous tavern visited by Presidents Jefferson, Monroe, Jackson, General Lafayette, Judge Tucker and other famous Americans.



Northeast Rotunda, University Of Virginia
Title:
Northeast Rotunda, University Of Virginia
Charlottesville Virginia (VA), Divided Back unused

Description:
The Northeast Rotunda, modelled after the Pantheon of ancient Rome, is the central building, though not the first erected. Begun in 1823, the portico was not finished until after the death of the founder, Thomas Jefferson (1826). It is approached by fourteen steps, giving an imposing beauty to its handsome portico, 50 by 28½ feet, supported by ten columns 28½ feet high.


Original Home Of James Monroe, Ash Lawn
Title:
Original Home Of James Monroe, Ash Lawn
Charlottesville Virginia (VA), Real Photo unused



The Lodge Gate, Monticello
Title:
The Lodge Gate, Monticello
Charlottesville Virginia (VA), Divided Back unused


Charlottesville Public Library
Title:
Charlottesville Public Library
Charlottesville Virginia (VA), White Border PM 1928



Entrance To Monticello
Title:
Entrance To Monticello
Charlottesville Virginia (VA), Post Card (Undivided Back) PM 1906


Overlooking Blue Ridge Sanatorium
Title:
Overlooking Blue Ridge Sanatorium
Charlottesville Virginia (VA), Linen unused



West Range, University Of Virginia
Title:
West Range, University Of Virginia
Charlottesville Virginia (VA), Linen unused

Description:
Edgar Allan Poe, born January 19, 1809. His entire period at the University of Virginia consisted of ten months and one day. Died 1849. His room is back of the third Arch and room number 13.


Martha Jefferson Hospital
Title:
Martha Jefferson Hospital
Charlottesville Virginia (VA), Linen unused



The Chapel, University of Virginia
Title:
The Chapel, University of Virginia
Charlottesville Virginia (VA), Linen PM 1951


West Range, University Of Virginia
Title:
West Range, University Of Virginia
Charlottesville Virginia (VA), Linen unused

Description:
Edgar Allen Poe, born January 19, 1809. His entire period at the university of Virginia consists of ten months and one day. Died 1849. His room is back of the third Arch and room number 13.



First Baptist Church
Title:
First Baptist Church
Charlottesville Virginia (VA), Divided Back PM 1908

Description:
The First Baptist Church exceptionally handsome and imposing brick edillce, which was erected at a cost of $23,000, and has a seating capacity of 800 people. The church was organized on August 18th 1831 with a membership of 51, but has increased so wonderfully that it now ranks fourth ingest of the Baptist church in Virginia.


The Jefferson Law Office, Monticello
Title:
The Jefferson Law Office, Monticello
Charlottesville Virginia (VA), Linen unused

Description:
Thomas Jefferson Law Office at Monticello near Charlottesville, Va. The estate is now a National Shrine owned by the Thomas Jefferson. Memorial Foundation.



University Of Virginia
Title:
University Of Virginia
Charlottesville Virginia (VA), Linen unused

Description:
West range showing location of Edgar Allan Poe room, university of Virginia, Charlottesville, Va. Edgar Allan Poe, born January 19, 1809. His entire period at the University of Virginia consisted of ten months and one day. Died 1849. His room is back of the third Arch and room number 13.


Winter Scene Showing Rotunda
Title:
Winter Scene Showing Rotunda
Charlottesville Virginia (VA), Linen unused

Description:
University of Virginia



Monticello
Title:
Monticello
Charlottesville Virginia (VA), Linen unused

Description:
Monticello, designed and built by Thomas Jefferson, is one of the most perfect examples of architecture in America. Begun in 1769, it was several years being built, as most of the materials used were made on the property - the timbers were hewn there, and the bricks and even the nails and hardware were made there. Jefferson was of an inventive turn of mind and his home contains many evidences of this, as several of the devices he contrived are in popular use today.


Rotunda University of Virginia
Title:
Rotunda University of Virginia
Charlottesville Virginia (VA), Linen unused

Description:
The University of Virginia, at Charlottesville, founded and designed by Thomas Jefferson in 1816, blends modernity with the classic beauty of the Colonial period. On its first governing board were James Monroe, Thomas Jefferson and James Madison, and the Marquis de La Fayette was twice entertained here. Edgar Allan Poe and Woodrow Wilson were students of this university and Edwin A. Alderman, educational statesman, was its late president.



Post Office
Title:
Post Office
Charlottesville Virginia (VA), Linen unused




Total: 175 Items