Nick's Seafood Pavilion
Title:
Nick's Seafood Pavilion
Yorktown Virginia (VA), Chrome unused


First Custom House in America
Title:
First Custom House in America
Yorktown Virginia (VA), White Border unused

Description:
C. T. American Art



Nick's Seafood Pavilion
Title:
Nick's Seafood Pavilion
Yorktown Virginia (VA), Chrome unused

Description:
World's Famous Seafood House Facing the Historic York River. Visited Yearly by Thousands of People From All Over the World. Noted for its Unique Salad. No Connection with Any Other Restaurant.


Main Street
Title:
Main Street
Yorktown Virginia (VA), White Border unused

Description:
C. T. American Art



Granite Shaft Marking the Spot Where Cornwallis Surrendered in 1781
Title:
Granite Shaft Marking the Spot Where Cornwallis Surrendered in 1781
Yorktown Virginia (VA), Divided Back unused

Description:
At Yorktown, Oct. 19th, 1781, to Gen. Geo. Washington, the American Commander-in-Chief, is now marked by a simple granite shaft, which was erected in 1895 through the instrumentality of patriotic citizens.


Statue Erected on Battlefield Where Cornwallis Surrendered
Title:
Statue Erected on Battlefield Where Cornwallis Surrendered
Yorktown Virginia (VA), Divided Back PM 1912 Jun-30



The Cornwallis Cave
Title:
The Cornwallis Cave
Yorktown Virginia (VA), Divided Back unused

Description:
Cornwallis' hiding place


Site of Cornwallis Surrender to Washington Obelisk
Title:
Site of Cornwallis Surrender to Washington Obelisk
Yorktown Virginia (VA), Real Photo unused



Soldiers Visiting Memorial of Cornwallis Surrender to Washington
Title:
Soldiers Visiting Memorial of Cornwallis Surrender to Washington
Yorktown Virginia (VA), Real Photo unused

Description:
African-American Soldier


Old English Tavern
Title:
Old English Tavern
Yorktown Virginia (VA), Divided Back PM 1910 Jan-4



Cornwallis Cave
Title:
Cornwallis Cave
Yorktown Virginia (VA), Divided Back


Monument at Place of Surrender, Temple Farm, Place of the Signing of the Treaty of Capitulation
Title:
Monument at Place of Surrender, Temple Farm, Place of the Signing of the Treaty of Capitulation
Yorktown Virginia (VA), Private Mailing Card PM 1909 Sep-7

Description:
Between Washington and Cornwallis



Nelson Mansion, Oldest House in Yorktown
Title:
Nelson Mansion, Oldest House in Yorktown
Yorktown Virginia (VA), Private Mailing Card


First Custom House in America
Title:
First Custom House in America
Yorktown Virginia (VA), Post Card (Undivided Back) unused



House Where Cornwallis Surrendered
Title:
House Where Cornwallis Surrendered
Yorktown Virginia (VA), Post Card (Undivided Back) unused


The West House - Home of Elizabeth Nelson
Title:
The West House - Home of Elizabeth Nelson
Yorktown Virginia (VA), Linen unused

Description:
Built in 1706



Ye Old Yorktown Hotel, 1725
Title:
Ye Old Yorktown Hotel, 1725
Yorktown Virginia (VA), Linen unused


Main Street
Title:
Main Street
Yorktown Virginia (VA), Divided Back



Thomas Nelson Motel, U. S. Highway 17
Title:
Thomas Nelson Motel, U. S. Highway 17
Yorktown Virginia (VA), Linen unused

Description:
Series 3C-H698


The Yorktown Motor Lodge
Title:
The Yorktown Motor Lodge
Yorktown Virginia (VA), Chrome unused

Description:
Series 67659 Attractive brick motel with 42 modern units. Air conditioned - Thermostat controlled heat. Each with private tile bath. Color television - Direct dial phones -Swimming pool. Restaurants nearby



Yorktown Bridge
Title:
Yorktown Bridge
Yorktown Virginia (VA), Chrome PM 1966 May-08

Description:
The George P Coleman Memorial Bridge across the York River connecting Yorktown and Gloucester County opened May 7, 1952.


Cornwallis Cave
Title:
Cornwallis Cave
Yorktown Virginia (VA), White Border unused

Description:
Tradition alleges that this cave was used by Lord Cornwallis as a safe refuge in time of danger. It may have been used by him as a magazine for the storage of ammunition. But we decline to believe that this gallant and brave English officer would stoop to any such cowardly act. It was, no doubt, built and used by smugglers.



Entrance National Cemetery
Title:
Entrance National Cemetery
Yorktown Virginia (VA), White Border unused


The Soldier's Monument
Title:
The Soldier's Monument
Yorktown Virginia (VA), White Border unused



The Yorktown Motor Lodge, U. S. 17
Title:
The Yorktown Motor Lodge, U. S. 17
Yorktown Virginia (VA), Chrome unused

Description:
3¼ Mi. Yorktown Bridge o U. S. 17 Yorktown, Virginia. Attractive brick motel with 42 modern units. Air conditioned -Thermostat controlled heat, Each with private tile bath, Color television - Direct dial phones - Swimming pool. Restaurants nearby. Phone (804) 898-5451


Yorktown Bridge
Title:
Yorktown Bridge
Yorktown Virginia (VA), Chrome unused

Description:
The George P. Coleman Memorial Bridge across the York River connecting Yorktown and Gloucester County Opened May, 1952.



Grace Bapist Church
Title:
Grace Bapist Church
Yorktown Virginia (VA), Chrome unused

Description:
YORKTOWN ERECTED ABOUT 1697, THE CHURCH WAS KNOWN IN COLONIAL TIMES AS YORK-HAMPTON CHURCH. ALTHOUGH BURNED IN 1814, IT WAS LATER REBUILT USING ITS ORIGINAL WALLS. IT WAS LATER REBUILT USING ITS ORIGINAL WALLS. IT CONTINUES IN ACTIVE USE SERVING YORKKTOWN AND THE AREA AROUND IT AS IT HAS FOR MORE THAN TWO AND HALF CENTURIES.


Moore House
Title:
Moore House
Yorktown Virginia (VA), Real Photo unused

Description:
Series 6899 Where the armistice was signed between Cornwallis and Washington



The Dock
Title:
The Dock
Yorktown Virginia (VA), Real Photo unused


Lord Cornwallis Cave
Title:
Lord Cornwallis Cave
Yorktown Virginia (VA), Real Photo unused



National Cemetery Grounds
Title:
National Cemetery Grounds
Yorktown Virginia (VA), Real Photo unused


A new Street at Yorktown
Title:
A new Street at Yorktown
Yorktown Virginia (VA), Real Photo unused



Site of Cornwallis Surrender to Washington Obelisk
Title:
Site of Cornwallis Surrender to Washington Obelisk
Yorktown Virginia (VA), Real Photo unused


Gazebo in National Cemetary - Yorktown, VA
Title:
Gazebo in National Cemetary - Yorktown, VA
Yorktown Virginia (VA), Real Photo unused



Thomas Nelson Motel
Title:
Thomas Nelson Motel
Yorktown Virginia (VA), Chrome unused

Description:
Dexter Press, Inc


Nelson House
Title:
Nelson House
Yorktown Virginia (VA), Real Photo

Description:
Home of General Thomas Nelson



Main Street
Title:
Main Street
Yorktown Virginia (VA), Divided Back PM 1907 Aug-23

Description:
The village of Yorktown is in many respects the most important historic locality of the Revolutionary War. It was here that the war came to a close with the surrender of Lord Cornwallis and the British troops to Gen. George Washington and the Continental Army, together with their French allies. Yorktown remains to-day almost as it appeared a century and a quarter ago


Old Bank
Title:
Old Bank
Yorktown Virginia (VA), Linen unused



York Hall Nelson House
Title:
York Hall Nelson House
Yorktown Virginia (VA), Real Photo unused

Description:
York Hall / Nelson House is three story, 1730, solidly built, brick home. This Georgian style home was named in honor of four British kings named George, who reigned from 1714 to 1830. During the Civil War it served as a hospital for the Confederate and later for the Union forces. Also the Nelson House was the home of Thomas Nelson, Jr. (1738-89), one of the signers of the Declaration of Independence. Many guests think this historical home is haunted and claim to experience paranormal manifestations


Monument Lodge Hotel, Route 17
Title:
Monument Lodge Hotel, Route 17
Yorktown Virginia (VA), Linen unused

Description:
Adjacent to Victory Monument Open all year Bathing – Boating – Fishing



Main Street From Nelson House
Title:
Main Street From Nelson House
Yorktown Virginia (VA), White Border PM Dec-02


Main Street
Title:
Main Street
Yorktown Virginia (VA), White Border unused



Monument
Title:
Monument
Yorktown Virginia (VA), Post Card (Undivided Back) PM 1906


Cornwallis' Monument
Title:
Cornwallis' Monument
Yorktown Virginia (VA), Post Card (Undivided Back) PM 1906





Total: 44 Items