Princess Anne Hotel
Title:
Princess Anne Hotel
Fredericksburg Virginia (VA), White Border PM 1924 Dec-12

Description:
The City's leading hotel in the heart of the business center. Accommodations are of the best, offering every convenience and comfort to its guests. A Delightful, Exclusive and Home-like Hotel. Exceptional Features for Commercial and Tourist Patrons. C. T. American Art


Francis Willard Hall, Normal School
Title:
Francis Willard Hall, Normal School
Fredericksburg Virginia (VA), White Border unused

Description:
This magnificent building attached to this important school of learning was named in honor of one of Virginia's leading citizens. C. T. American Art



The Stratford Hotel
Title:
The Stratford Hotel
Fredericksburg Virginia (VA), Linen unused


Princess Anne Hotel
Title:
Princess Anne Hotel
Fredericksburg Virginia (VA), Linen PM 1946 Nov-15

Description:
The Princess Ann Hotel On U.S.A. No. 1 - 52 Miles South of Washington. A traditionally Southern Institution located in the center of America's most historic city, one block from the theatres, principal shops and shrines, yet in a quiet and select location. J. Russell Hilldrup, Manager



The Stratford Hotel
Title:
The Stratford Hotel
Fredericksburg Virginia (VA), Linen unused


Shersaton Motor Inn
Title:
Shersaton Motor Inn
Fredericksburg Virginia (VA), Jumbo/Large Format unused



Horne's Motor Lodge & Bonanza Steak House
Title:
Horne's Motor Lodge & Bonanza Steak House
Fredericksburg Virginia (VA), Jumbo/Large Format unused

Description:
US 1 at I-95 - Quality Food at Moderate Prices - Fast Cafeteria Service - 156 Luxurious Rooms - All New Color TV - Swimming Pool, Direct Dial Telephones - Cocktail Lounge With Live Entertainment Nightly Except Sunday. AAA


Twi-Lite Motel
Title:
Twi-Lite Motel
Fredericksburg Virginia (VA), Chrome unused

Description:
On U.S. Route 1-Alternate Adjoining Howard Johnson's Restaurant New, modern motel. 18 Luxuriously furnished rooms. Wall to wall carpets. Tile baths, with tubs and showers. Individually controlled heat. Room telephones. Television. Air conditioned. Easily accessible to Mary Washington College and Historical Points of interest. Phone Essex 3-3510.



George Washington Motor Court
Title:
George Washington Motor Court
Fredericksburg Virginia (VA), Linen unused


Traveler's Drive-In Restaurant
Title:
Traveler's Drive-In Restaurant
Fredericksburg Virginia (VA), Linen unused



Brown's Grill and Courts
Title:
Brown's Grill and Courts
Fredericksburg Virginia (VA), Linen PM 1941 Feb-6


Brown's Courts and Grill
Title:
Brown's Courts and Grill
FRedericksburg Virginia (VA), Linen PM 1946 Nov-25



Twi-Lite Motel
Title:
Twi-Lite Motel
Fredericksburg Virginia (VA), Chrome unused


Payne's Motel
Title:
Payne's Motel
Fredericksburg Virginia (VA), Chrome unused



Twi-Lite Motel
Title:
Twi-Lite Motel
Fredericksburg Virginia (VA), Chrome unused


George Washington Motor Court
Title:
George Washington Motor Court
Fredericksburg Virginia (VA), Chrome PM 1966 Jul-27



The Meadowview
Title:
The Meadowview
Fredericksburg Virginia (VA), Chrome unused

Description:
Family dining in a most congenial atmosphere at the Sheraton-Fredericksburg Motor Inn.


Hugh Mercer Monument
Title:
Hugh Mercer Monument
Fredericksburg Virginia (VA), Divided Back unused



George Washington Motor Court
Title:
George Washington Motor Court
Fredericksburg Virginia (VA), Chrome unused

Description:
Koppel Color Cards


Old Pohick Church, Washington Home Church
Title:
Old Pohick Church, Washington Home Church
Fredericksburg Virginia (VA), White Border unused

Description:
Built 1773. Curt Teich & Co.



Brown's Motel
Title:
Brown's Motel
Fredericksburg Virginia (VA), Chrome unused


Brown's Motel
Title:
Brown's Motel
Fredericksburg Virginia (VA), Chrome unused

Description:
Dexter



Brown's Motel and Little Scandinavia Smorgasbord Restaurant
Title:
Brown's Motel and Little Scandinavia Smorgasbord Restaurant
Fredericksburg Virginia (VA), Chrome unused

Description:
Swimming Pool - "Air-Conditioned" - Television - Room Phones -AAA/Superior Courts. U.S. Route 1 - 2 miles North of Fredericksburg, Virginia.


Mary Washington Hospital
Title:
Mary Washington Hospital
Fredericksburg Virginia (VA), Linen unused

Description:
Mary Washington Hospital was founded originally in 1891--Named for the Mother of George Washington. The second hospital was completed in 1928. The present structure, dedicated in February 1951, contains 122 beds and the most modern diagnostic and clinical facilities. Curt Teich Co.



Stratford Hotel
Title:
Stratford Hotel
Fredericksburg Virginia (VA), Linen unused

Description:
Stratford Hotel One of Virginia's Finest Hotels Fredericksburg, VA was founded in 1671. It was the boyhood home of George Washington. Here were fought the greatest battles of the Civil War. It is rich in history and visitors from all the world visit its Shrines, Old Homes, and Battlefield Parks.


Marshall Hall, Mary Washington College
Title:
Marshall Hall, Mary Washington College
Fredericksburg Virginia (VA), Chrome unused

Description:
Marshall Hall was completed in 1961 and is used as a freshman dormitory.



Mary Washington College
Title:
Mary Washington College
Fredericksburg Virginia (VA), Chrome unused

Description:
Shown here is the Arts and Science building and a part of the beautiful campus of the college.


Princess Anne Hotel
Title:
Princess Anne Hotel
Fredericksburg Virginia (VA), White Border PM 1922 Nov-23

Description:
On the Washington-Richmond Highway; a delightful exclusive and home-like hotel; exceptional features for commercial and tourist patronage; excellent cuisine; C.A. Abbey, Manager



George Washinton Motor Court
Title:
George Washinton Motor Court
Fredericksburg Virginia (VA), Linen unused

Description:
"One of America's Fine Courts" U.S. No. 1 Bypass in City Limits Convenient to Howard Johnson and Hot Shoppe's Restaurants 40 Rooms with Tiled Baths, Hot Water Heat TV or Radios - Air-Conditioned - Fireproof Swimming Pool Unpaid Reservations are held until 6 P.M. Telephones: Essex 3-5066 & 3-9864 Herman B. Sarno, Owner Marvin A. Oliff, Manager


Old Slave Block
Title:
Old Slave Block
Fredericksburg Virginia (VA), White Border unused



The Stratford Hotel, Fredericksburg's newest and finest hotel
Title:
The Stratford Hotel, Fredericksburg's newest and finest hotel
Fredericksburg Virginia (VA), White Border unused

Description:
Fredericksburg was founded in 1671. It was the boyhood home of George Washington. Here were fought the greatest battles of the Civil War. It is rich in history and visitors from all over the world visit its many places of note


Street View showing Old Slave Block
Title:
Street View showing Old Slave Block
Fredericksburg Virginia (VA), Linen unused

Description:
Old Slave Block In the days before the Civil War, it was used for the sale and annual hire of slaves. Albert Crutchfield, shown in the picture was sold from the block about 1859, at which time he was a boy about 15 years old



Stratford Hotel
Title:
Stratford Hotel
Fredericksburg Virginia (VA), Linen unused

Description:
Fredericksburg was founded in 1871. It was the boyhood home of George Washington. Here were fought the greatest battles of the Civil War. It is rich in history, and visitors from all the world visit its many places of interest


The Stratford Hotel - Route 1
Title:
The Stratford Hotel - Route 1
Fredericksburg Virginia (VA), Linen

Description:
Fredericksburg was founded in 1671. It was the boyhood home of George Washington. Here were fought the greatest battles of the civil War. It is rich in history, and visitors from all the world visit its many places of interest



George Washing Motor Court
Title:
George Washing Motor Court
Fredericksburg Virginia (VA), Linen unused

Description:
"One of America's fine courts" US No. 1 Bypass in city limits; convenient to Howard Johnson and Hot Shoppe's Restaurants; 40 rooms with tiled baths, hot water heat, TV or radios; air-conditioned; fireproof; built in 1949-52; unpaid reservations are held until 6 pm; telephones: Essex 3-5066 & 3-9743; J. Lee Price, Owner - J.E. Johnson, Manager. "Recommended by Duncan Hines"


George Washington Motor Court
Title:
George Washington Motor Court
Fredericksburg Virginia (VA), Linen unused



George Washington Motor Court
Title:
George Washington Motor Court
Fredericksburg Virginia (VA), Linen PM 1950 Dec-15

Description:
Located on US No. 1 Bypass at 8th Street on west side of Fredericksburg in city limits adjacent to restaurant, two blocks from Mary Washington College. 32 rooms with tile baths, fireproof. Simmons hotel furniture, Beautyrest mattresses, parquet and carpeted floors, radio and fans in each room. Hot water heat. Popular prices. Telephone 2687 and 9158


Old Stone Wall at Foot of Marye's Heights
Title:
Old Stone Wall at Foot of Marye's Heights
Fredericksburg Virginia (VA), Linen unused

Description:
Pictured: Old historic stone wall at food of Marye's Heights with Confederate dead in trench. Taken after the Battle of Fredericksburg, December 1862. At Fredericksburg and within fifteen miles, more great armies maneuvered, more great battles were fought, more men were engaged in mortal combat and more officers and privates were killed and wounded than in any similar territory in America



Fine Arts Building, Mary Washington College
Title:
Fine Arts Building, Mary Washington College
Fredericksburg Virginia (VA), Chrome unused


George Washington Motor Court
Title:
George Washington Motor Court
Fredericksburg Virginia (VA), Linen unused

Description:
US No. 1 Bypass in city limits, two blocks south of Howard Johnson's Restaurant. 40 rooms with tiled baths, hot water heat, TV or radios - air conditioned - fireproof. Built in 1949-52. Unpaid reservations are held until 6pm



Howard Johnson's Restaurant
Title:
Howard Johnson's Restaurant
Fredericksburg Virginia (VA), Linen unused

Description:
Air conditioned - Ample parking. Opposite Mary Washington College. George Washington Motor Court 2 blocks south. Harry C. Ovitt, Owner. Stuart Nugent, Mgr. U.S. Alternate Route 1 (on the by-pass)


Fine Arts Building, Mary Washington College
Title:
Fine Arts Building, Mary Washington College
Fredericksburg Virginia (VA), Chrome unused

Description:
Dexter



George Washington Motor Court
Title:
George Washington Motor Court
Fredericksburg Virginia (VA), Linen PM 1934 Aug-27

Description:
US No. 1 Bypass in city limits, two block south of Howard Johnson's Restaurant. 40 rooms with tiled baths, hot water heat, TV or radios - air conditioned - fireproof. Built in 1949-52. Unpaid reservations are held until 6pm. Telephones: Essex 3-5066 & 3-9743. J. Lee Price, Owner - J.E. Johnson, manager


Princess Anne Hotel
Title:
Princess Anne Hotel
Fredericksburg Virginia (VA), White Border PM 1925 Jul-29

Description:
On the Washington-Richmond Highway. A delightful, exclusive and home-like hotel. Exceptional features for commercial and tourist patronage. Excellent cuisine



George Washington Hall, Mary Washington College
Title:
George Washington Hall, Mary Washington College
Fredericksburg Virginia (VA), Linen unused

Description:
George Washington Hall, the largest and most imposing structure on the campus of the Mary Washington College at Fredericksburg, Va. It contains the administrative offices, a broadcasting studio, large recreation room, roof garden and auditorium seating more than 1600 people


Old Slave Block
Title:
Old Slave Block
Fredericksburg Virginia (VA), Linen unused

Description:
Old Slave Block In the days before the Civil War, it was used for the sale and annual hire of slaves. Albert Crutchfield, shown in picture was sold from the block about 1859, at which time he was a boy about 15 years old



Garden and rear view home of Mary Washington
Title:
Garden and rear view home of Mary Washington
Fredericksburg Virginia (VA), Linen unused

Description:
View of Garden and rear view of house the home of Mary, the mother of Washington at Fredericksburg, Virginia. Here she received the Marquis De La Fayette


Aerial View of Town
Title:
Aerial View of Town
Fredericksburg Virginia (VA), Linen unused

Description:
Founded in 1671. It was the boyhood home of George Washington. Here were fought the greatest battles of the Civil War. It is rich in history, and visitors from all over the world visit its many places of note



The Stratford Hotel on Route 1
Title:
The Stratford Hotel on Route 1
Fredericksburg Virginia (VA), Linen PM 1948 May-16

Description:
Fredericksburg was founded in 1671. It was the boyhood home of George Washington. Here were fought the greatest battles of the Civil War. It is rich in history, and visitors from all the world visit its many places of interest


Brown's Courts
Title:
Brown's Courts
Fredericksburg Virginia (VA), Linen unused

Description:
Located in historic Virginia. One hour from the Nation's capitol. Accommodations for 150 guests. Dining room seating capacity 150 persons. Serving Virginia's famous foods. On US 1. 50 miles so Washington DC. 2 mi north Fredericksburg. Telephone 1859



The Stratford Hotel
Title:
The Stratford Hotel
Fredericksburg Virginia (VA), White Border unused

Description:
Fredericksburg's newest and finest hotel; north of city. Fredericksburg was founded in 1671. It was the boyhood home of George Washington. Here were fought the greatest battles of the Civil War. It is rich in history, and visitors from all over the world visit its many places of note


Thunderbird Motor Inn
Title:
Thunderbird Motor Inn
Fredericksburg Virginia (VA), Chrome

Description:
Rt. No.3 East on I-95. 108 beautifully appointed rooms. Color TV, AM FM Radio, heated swimming pool, & Shoney's Family Restaurant



Stratford Hotel, on Route 1, in Fredericksburg
Title:
Stratford Hotel, on Route 1, in Fredericksburg
Fredericksburg Virginia (VA), Linen PM 1951 Oct-17

Description:
One of Virginia's finest hotels. Fredericksburg, VA. was founded in 1671. It was the boyhood home of George Washington. Here were fought the greatest battles of the Civil War. It is rich in history and visitors from all the world visit its Shrines, Old Homes and Battlefield Parks


The Stratford Hotel, North of City - U. S. Route 1
Title:
The Stratford Hotel, North of City - U. S. Route 1
Fredericksburg Virginia (VA), Linen unused

Description:
Fredericksburg's Newest and Finest Hotel. Fredericksburg was founded in 1671. It was the boyhood home of George Washington. Here were fought the greatest battles of the Civil War. It is rich in history, and visitors from all over the world visit its many places of note Tichnor Bros., Inc



Payne's Motor Court
Title:
Payne's Motor Court
Fredericksburg Virginia (VA), Chrome PM 1954 Jul-2

Description:
New and completely modern with hot water heat. Located in Virginia's most historical city. Owned and operated by Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Payne. 1904 Princess Anne Street. U. S. Highway No. 1 - 2 - 17


Underhill Road
Title:
Underhill Road
Fredericksburg Virginia (VA), Post Card (Undivided Back) PM Apr-21

Description:
On this spot Gen. Th. R. R. Cobb fell in Battle, Dec. 13, 1862



Stoner's Store
Title:
Stoner's Store
Fredericksburg Virginia (VA), Chrome unused

Description:
Exhibiting more than 13,000 items from the 1800's like a general store of those days, one of the largest collections of authentic Americana to be found anywhere and most of it came from within 50 miles


Stratford Hotel
Title:
Stratford Hotel
Fredericksburg Virginia (VA), Linen unused

Description:
Fredericksburg was founded in 1671. It was the boyhood home of George Washington. Here were fought the greatest battles of the Civil War. It is rich in history, and visitors from all the world visit its many places of interest Curt Teich & Co



Princess Anne Hotel
Title:
Princess Anne Hotel
Fredericksburg Virginia (VA), Linen PM 1941 Nov-15

Description:
Home of Abbey's famous Virginia hams. On U.S.A. No. 1 - 52 miles south of Washington. A traditionally southern institution located in the center of America's most historic city, one block from the theatres, principal shops and shrines, in a quiet and select locality. Coffee shoppe, fireproof, private garages, C.A. Abbey, President


James Monroe's Law Office
Title:
James Monroe's Law Office
Fredericksburg Virginia (VA), Chrome unused

Description:
James Monroe Museum and Memorial Library Fredericksburg, Virginia President James Monroe's long public career began in this building in 1786. Today, it houses a large and beautiful collection of the fifth President's personal possessions. The desk, with its secret compartments, on which he signed the Monroe Doctrine is included The Camera Artist



Mary Washington College
Title:
Mary Washington College
Fredericksburg Virginia (VA), Chrome unused

Description:
Shown here is the Arts and Science building and a part of the beautiful campus of the college Cussons, May & Co


Mary Washington College
Title:
Mary Washington College
Fredericksburg Virginia (VA), Chrome unused

Description:
Shown here is the Arts and Science Building and a part of the beautiful campus of the college Curt Teich & Co



George Washington Motor Court
Title:
George Washington Motor Court
Fredericksburg Virginia (VA), Linen PM 1952 Feb-28

Description:
U.S. 1, By-Pass at Seacobeck Street - "One of America's Fine Courts" AAA - Located on west side of Fredericksburg in city limits adjacent to restaurant, two blocks from Mary Washington College. 32 rooms with tile baths, fireproof. Simmons hotel furniture, Beautyrest mattresses, parquet and carpeted floors. Radio and fans in each room. Hot water heat. Popular prices. Owned and operated by J. Lee Price


Stratford Hall
Title:
Stratford Hall
Fredericksburg Virginia (VA), Linen unused

Description:
Stratford Hall about 48 miles from Fredericksburg on King's Highway. Richard Henry Lee, Frances Lightfoot Lee, Light Horse Harry Lee, and General Robert E. Lee were born here. With its two wings, its English basement it is unlike any other home in America R.A. Kishpaugh



The Stratford Hotel (Route 1)
Title:
The Stratford Hotel (Route 1)
Fredericksburg Virginia (VA), Linen unused

Description:
Fredericksburg was founded in 1671. It was the boyhood home of George Washington. Here were fought the greatest battles of the Civil War. It is rich in history, and visitors from all the world visit its many places of interest Curteich-Chicago


The Stratford Hotel - Route 1
Title:
The Stratford Hotel - Route 1
Fredericksburg Virginia (VA), Linen PM 1948 Jun-24

Description:
Fredericksburg was founded in 1671. It was the boyhood home of George Washington. Here were fought the greatest battles of the Civil War. It is rich in history, and visitors from all the world visit its many places of interest Curteich-Chicago



Colonial Motel
Title:
Colonial Motel
Fredericksburg Virginia (VA), Chrome unused

Description:
1914 Princess Anne Street, U.S. Highways 1, 2 and 17. New, modern brick motel, completely air conditioned. Free T.V. Tile bath - tub and shower. Wall to wall carpet. Owned and operated by Mr. and Mrs. W.M. Houghton. Phone ESsex 3-5539


Brown's Motel
Title:
Brown's Motel
Fredericksburg Virginia (VA), Chrome unused

Description:
Little Scandinavia Smorgasbord Restaurant U. S. Route 1 - 2 miles North, Fredericksburg, Virgninia Swimming Pool - "Air-Conditioned" Television - Room Phones Telephone ES-3-1800



Fredericksburg, Virginia from an Airplane
Title:
Fredericksburg, Virginia from an Airplane
Fredericksburg Virginia (VA), Linen unused

Description:
Fredericksburg was founded in 1672. It was the boyhood home of George Washington. Here were fought the greatest battles of the Civil War. It is rich in history, and visitors from all over the world visit its many places of note R. A. Kishpaugh


Brown's Courts
Title:
Brown's Courts
Fredericksburg Virginia (VA), Linen unused

Description:
Located in historic Virginia--One hour from the Nation's Capitol--Accommodations for 150 guests--Dining room seating capacity 150 persons--Serving Virginia's famous foods. No reservation held later than 6 P.M. unless prepaid



Greetings
Title:
Greetings
Fredericksburg Virginia (VA), Linen unused

Description:
Fredericksburg was founded in 1671. It was the boyhood home of George Washington and is rich in history. Views show: The Home of Mary, the Mother of Washington, Rising Sun Tavern, Hugh Mercer Apothecary Shop and the James Monroe Shrine


Original Law Office of James Monroe, Fifth President of U.S.A., Fredericksburg, Va
Title:
Original Law Office of James Monroe, Fifth President of U.S.A., Fredericksburg, Va
Fredericksburg Virginia (VA), White Border unused



The Kitchen at kenmore
Title:
The Kitchen at kenmore
Fredericksburg Virginia (VA), Linen unused

Description:
Home of Col. Fielding Lewis and his wife Betty, George Washington's only sister "Mammy" sits besides the fire-place


Holiday Inn, P.O. Box 824
Title:
Holiday Inn, P.O. Box 824
Fredericksburg Virginia (VA), Chrome PM 1966 Apr-16

Description:
Swimming Pool - Air Conditioned - Restaurant Free TV - Free Teletype Reservations Near four famous Civil War Battlefields



The Princess Anne Hotel, On U.S.A. No. 1 - 52 Miles South of Washington
Title:
The Princess Anne Hotel, On U.S.A. No. 1 - 52 Miles South of Washington
Fredericksburg Virginia (VA), Linen PM 1941 Jun-28

Description:
Series 0B-H1246 A traditionally southern institution located in the center of America's most historic city one block from the theatres, principal shops and shrines, yet in a quiet and select locality. Coffee Shoppe Fireproof Private Garden


Holiday Inn, U. S. Rt. 1 and Interstate 95 P. O. Box 824
Title:
Holiday Inn, U. S. Rt. 1 and Interstate 95 P. O. Box 824
Fredericksburg Virginia (VA), Chrome unused

Description:
Series 3DK-894 Swimming Pool - Air-conditioned - Restaurant Free TV - Free Holidex Reservations Near four famous Civil War Battlefields



Colonial Motel, 1914 Princess Anne Street, U. S. Highways 1, 2, and 17
Title:
Colonial Motel, 1914 Princess Anne Street, U. S. Highways 1, 2, and 17
Fredericksburg Virginia (VA), Chrome unused

Description:
Series 16528-B New, Modern Brick Motel, Completely Air Conditioned. Free T.V. Tile Bath - Tub and Shower. Wall-to-Wall Carpet. Owned and Operated by Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Houghton.


Johnny Appleseed Restaurant, Rt. 12 Box 30
Title:
Johnny Appleseed Restaurant, Rt. 12 Box 30
Fredericksburg Virginia (VA), Chrome unused

Description:
Visit our Johnny Appleseed Restaurants & Motels. Best Western - Fredericksburg, Va. (703) 373-0000. Comfort Inn - Dublin, Va. (703) 674-6047. Quality Inn - New Market, VA. )703) 740-3141. Hampton Inn - Fredericksburg, Va. Best Western - Bedford, Pa. (814) 623-9006. Johnny Appleseed is 12 ft. tall and talks to everyone who visit him.



Entrance To National Cemetery
Title:
Entrance To National Cemetery
Fredericksburg Virginia (VA), Post Card (Undivided Back) unused


James Monroe
Title:
James Monroe
Fredericksburg Virginia (VA), Linen unused

Description:
Fifth president of the United States. 1817 ? 1825. James Monroe Shrine



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

Description:
Commerce Street with its myriad of lights is at all times full of life. This is a comparatively new shopping district


Main Street Looking East, Commerce Street
Title:
Main Street Looking East, Commerce Street
Fredericksburg Virginia (VA), White Border unused

Description:
Main Street may be termed the shopping centre of Fredericksburg. The many large and up-to-date stores lining both side of this busy thoroughfare from quite an attraction



Wilderness Campaign, National Military Park
Title:
Wilderness Campaign, National Military Park
Fredericksburg Virginia (VA), Chrome unused

Description:
Fredericksburg and Spotsylvania National Military Park. Here visitors are using the signs to make the Wilderness Campaign Battlefield Tour


Kenmore
Title:
Kenmore
Fredericksburg Virginia (VA), Linen PM 1955 Apr-18

Description:
Kenmore, was built in 1752, by the Patriot Colonel Fielding Lewis, for his bride, Betty Washington only sister of George Washington. The charm of Kenmore lies in its beauty and simplicity, backed by years of tradition. The house-and furnishings are considered by authorities, as being the best in the country. The grounds are beautifully landscaped. Visitors are served tea and gingerbread made from Mary Washington's own recipe, by Mammy in the old Kenmore Kitchen. Open every day from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., Nov. 1 to Mar. 31, and 9 a.m. to 6 p.m., April 1 to October 31.



Catharine Furnace
Title:
Catharine Furnace
Fredericksburg Virginia (VA), Chrome unused

Description:
Chancellorsville Campaign Area


Princess Anne Hotel
Title:
Princess Anne Hotel
Fredericksburg Virginia (VA), Linen unused

Description:
Home of Abbey's Famous Virginia Hams. The Princess Anne Hotel On U. S. A. No. 1 • 52 Miles South of Washington. A traditionally southern institution located in the center of America's most historic city one block from the theatres, principal shops and shrines, let in a quiet and select locality. Coffee Shoppe, Fireproof Private Garages. C. A. Abbey, President.



Holiday Inn
Title:
Holiday Inn
Fredericksburg Virginia (VA), Chrome PM 1972 Mar-15

Description:
Swimming pool - Air-conditioned - Restaurant Free TV - Free Holidex Reservations Near four famous Civil War Battlefields


Monroe Hall, State Teachers College
Title:
Monroe Hall, State Teachers College
Fredericksburg Virginia (VA), White Border

Description:
Named after James Monroe, who for many years was a citizen of Fredericksburg. Situated on historic Marye's Heights, commanding a beautiful view of the city and the Rappahannock Valley.



The James Monroe Law Office And Garden
Title:
The James Monroe Law Office And Garden
Fredericksburg Virginia (VA), Linen PM 1950

Description:
James Monroe, fifth president of the United States, held more public offices than ever has been held by an American. In this quaint old structure, built in 1758, he began his long and brilliant career. It was restored as a national shrine by Monroe's great grand-son, Laurence Hoes and contains James Monroe's priceless collection o antique possessions.


The James Monroe Law Office And Garden
Title:
The James Monroe Law Office And Garden
Fredericksburg Virginia (VA), Linen unused

Description:
The Law Office of James Monroe, fifth President of the United States and author of the Monroe Doctrine. Monroe practiced law in Fredericksburg, where he received his first political office, which started him on a career that gave him ore public offices than ever have been held, before or since, by a single American. View showing the garden with its century-old mulberry tree.



Caroline Street Part Of Shopping Section
Title:
Caroline Street Part Of Shopping Section
Fredericksburg Virginia (VA), Linen unused

Description:
Fredericksburg was founded in 1671. It was the boyhood home of George Washington. Here were fought the greatest battles of the Civil War. It is rich in history, and visitors from all over the world visit its many places of note.


Rising Sun Tavern
Title:
Rising Sun Tavern
Fredericksburg Virginia (VA), Real Photo PM 1938 Apr-2



Twin Dormitories, Mary Washington College of The University of Virginia
Title:
Twin Dormitories, Mary Washington College of The University of Virginia
Fredericksburg Virginia (VA), Chrome unused

Description:
At Mary Washington College of The University of Virginia Fredericksburg, VA.


Howard Johnson's Motor Lodge and Restaurant
Title:
Howard Johnson's Motor Lodge and Restaurant
Fredericksburg Virginia (VA), Chrome PM 1992 Aug-6

Description:
Howard Johnson's Motor Lodge and Restaurant Fredericksburg, Virginia Located US 1 and Interstate 95 at Massaponax Exit 140 luxurious rooms with individual heating and air conditioning controls, color TV. Adjoining restaurant, Banquet meeting facilities for up to 175. Executive and Bridal suites. Swimming pool. 5327 Jefferson Davis Highway 22401 Phone (703)898-1800



Kenmore, Built 1752
Title:
Kenmore, Built 1752
Fredericksburg Virginia (VA), White Border unused

Description:
A beautiful specimen of colonial architecture with its walls two feet thick, and its rooms with ornamented ceilings and mantels designed by George Washington, who sent two Hessian prisoners to carry out his artistic conception. Home of Col. Fielding Lewis and his wife Betty, only sister of George Washington


Campus View of Mary Washington College
Title:
Campus View of Mary Washington College
Fredericksburg Virginia (VA), Linen unused

Description:
Chandler Hall, Seacobeck Hall, Virginia Hall. The Mary Washington College is the largest college for women in the state. It is named to honor Mary, the Mother of George Washington, whose life was closely associated with Fredericksburg and community



E. Lee Trinkle Library, Mary Washington College
Title:
E. Lee Trinkle Library, Mary Washington College
Fredericksburg Virginia (VA), Linen unused

Description:
E. Lee Trinkle Library, Mary Washington College, the Virginia State College for Women at Fredericksburg, Va. Named in honor of the late E. Lee Trinkle, former Governor of Virginia


George Washington Hall, Mary Washington College
Title:
George Washington Hall, Mary Washington College
Fredericksburg Virginia (VA), Linen unused

Description:
GEORGE WASHINGTON HALL, the largest and most imposing structure on the campus of the Mary Washington College at Fredericksburg, VA. It contains the administrative offices, a broadcasting studio, large recreation room, roof garden and auditorium seating more than 1600 people



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

Description:
Mary Washington College is the largest college for women in Virginia. The views show: George Washington Hall, Seacobeck Hall, view of campus and Monroe Hall


Mary Washington College
Title:
Mary Washington College
Fredericksburg Virginia (VA), Linen unused

Description:
The Mary Washington College is the largest college for women in Virginia



General Washington Inn & Motel
Title:
General Washington Inn & Motel
Fredericksburg Virginia (VA), Chrome unused

Description:
Located in the heart of Colonial Virginia on the site of the home of Mildred Washington, aunt and godmother of our first president. We say with confidence... "George Washington really did sleep here."


Butterfield Monument, National Cemetery
Title:
Butterfield Monument, National Cemetery
Fredericksburg Virginia (VA), Post Card (Undivided Back) unused



Memorial to First Catholic Settlers in Virginia in 1647 at Aquia
Title:
Memorial to First Catholic Settlers in Virginia in 1647 at Aquia
Fredericksburg Virginia (VA), Linen unused


Greetings from Historical Fredericksburg, Virginia
Title:
Greetings from Historical Fredericksburg, Virginia
Fredericksburg Virginia (VA), Chrome unused

Description:
Looking to the north on Caroline Street this quaint old historical town is one of Virginia's oldest cities. First settled in 1622, Fredericksburg has a richer historical background and more authentic shrines in and near it than any city in America. Some of the old Colonial buildings that survived the five major conflicts of the War Between the States can be visited



Ann Carter Lee Hall, Mary Washington College
Title:
Ann Carter Lee Hall, Mary Washington College
Fredericksburg Virginia (VA), Chrome unused

Description:
This building contains a swimming pool, Book Store, The College Shop, a bowling Alley, Several Lounges and a Ball Room Curt Teich & Co


Sheraton-Fredericksburg Motor Inn
Title:
Sheraton-Fredericksburg Motor Inn
Fredericksburg Virginia (VA), Chrome PM 1974 Jun-17

Description:
I-95 and Virginia Route 3 - Box 747 Fredericksburg, Virginia 22401 Telephone (703) 786-8321 Make your headquarters at the inviting Sheraton Motor Inn while you explore America's most historic city, the land of Washington and the scene of great Civil War battles. Enjoy these Sheraton extra values; Family Plan, Swimming Pool, Tennis, Color TV, Radio, Air Conditioning. Free Parking. 18-Hole Championship Golf Course. Complete convention facilities up to 500 persons. Dial 800-325-3535 FREE for Worldwide Sheraton Reservations



Sheraton * Fredericksburg Motor Inn
Title:
Sheraton * Fredericksburg Motor Inn
Fredericksburg Virginia (VA), Chrome PM 1973

Description:
Make your headquarters at the inviting Sheraton Motor Inn while you explore America's most historic city, the land of Washington and the scene of great Civil War Battles. Enjoy these Sheraton extra values; Family Plan, Swimming Pool, Tennis, Color TV, Radio, Air Conditioning, Free Parking, 18-Hole Championship Golf Course. Complete convention facilities up to 500 persons. I-95 and Virginia Route 3


Home of President James Monroe
Title:
Home of President James Monroe
Fredericksburg Virginia (VA), Linen unused



Fredericksburg, VA as it was during the Civil War
Title:
Fredericksburg, VA as it was during the Civil War
Fredericksburg Virginia (VA), Divided Back

Description:
before the Bombardment and after the Destruction of the Car Bridge by the Confederate Army


Mrs. Anne T. Jones Residence
Title:
Mrs. Anne T. Jones Residence
Fredericksburg Virginia (VA), Linen unused

Description:
Dexter Press Inc



Ann Lee Carter Hall - Student Center, Mary Washington College of the University of Virginia
Title:
Ann Lee Carter Hall - Student Center, Mary Washington College of the University of Virginia
Fredericksburg Virginia (VA), Linen unused

Description:
This building is named in honor of the mother of General Robert E. Lee. It is the center for most student activities Curt Teich & Co


Brown's Motel
Title:
Brown's Motel
Fredericksburg Virginia (VA), Chrome unused

Description:
Little Scandinavia; Smorgasbord Restaurant. U.S. Route 1 - 2 miles North, Fredericksburg, Virginia. Swimming pool - "air-conditioned" - television - room phones. Telephone ES-3-1800



E. Lee Trinkle Library, Mary Washington College
Title:
E. Lee Trinkle Library, Mary Washington College
Fredericksburg Virginia (VA), Linen unused

Description:
E. Lee Trinkle Library, Mary Washington College, the Virginia State College for Women at Fredericksburg, Va. Named in honor of the late E. Lee Trinkle, former Governor of the Virginia


Stratford Hotel
Title:
Stratford Hotel
Fredericksburg Virginia (VA), Linen unused

Description:
Series 3B-H1233 Fredericksburg, Va. was founded in 1671. It was the boyhood home of George Washington. Here were fought the greatest battles of the Civil War. It is rich in history and visitors from all the world visit its Shrines, Old Homes and Battlefield Parks.



Marshall Hall Mary Washington College
Title:
Marshall Hall Mary Washington College
Fredericksburg Virginia (VA), Chrome unused

Description:
Series F.14 Marshall Hall was completed in 1961 and is used as a freshman dormitory


Mary Washington College
Title:
Mary Washington College
Fredericksburg Virginia (VA), Linen unused

Description:
The Mary Washington College is the Largest college for women in Virginia



George Washington Hall, Mary Washington College
Title:
George Washington Hall, Mary Washington College
Fredericksburg Virginia (VA), Linen unused

Description:
This is the largest and most beautiful structure on the campus. Within its imposing walls it contains the Administration Offices, an Auditorium seating over 1,600, a Broadcasting Studio and a large recreation room.


Monroe Hall, Mary Washington College
Title:
Monroe Hall, Mary Washington College
Fredericksburg Virginia (VA), Linen unused

Description:
The lovely buildings of Mary Washington College are located on historic Marye's Heights, where they command a delightful view of the city of Fredericksburg and the Rappahannock Valley. This is Monroe Hall, named in honor of James Monroe, fifth president of the United States, who was for many years a citizen of the City.



Old Slave Block
Title:
Old Slave Block
Fredericksburg Virginia (VA), White Border PM 1962 Dec-05

Description:
In the days before the Civil War it was used for the sale and annual hire of slaves. Albert Crutchfield, show in picture, was sold from the block about 1859, at which time he was a boy about 15 years old.


Old Slave Block
Title:
Old Slave Block
Fredericksburg Virginia (VA), Linen unused

Description:
In the days before the Civil War, it was used for the sale and annual hire of slaves. Albert Crutchfield, shown in picture was sold from the block about 1859, at which time he was a boy about 15 years old.



Best Western Thunderbird Inn, 1-95 & Route #3 West
Title:
Best Western Thunderbird Inn, 1-95 & Route #3 West
Fredericksburg Virginia (VA), Chrome unused

Description:
Large rooms designed for your comfort and convenience. Color TV - Room phones - Star Reservation System - Major Credit Cards accepted. Captain D's Seafood Restaurant. "Visit Historic Fredericksburg"


St. George's Episcopal Church
Title:
St. George's Episcopal Church
Fredericksburg Virginia (VA), Linen unused



Brampton
Title:
Brampton
Fredericksburg Virginia (VA), Divided Back PM 1908 Sep-28


Brompton Marye Mansion
Title:
Brompton Marye Mansion
Fredericksburg Virginia (VA), Linen unused

Description:
Brompton, Marye's Heights, headquarters of the commander of the Confederate center during the battle of Fredericksburg, 1862. Below these heights is the famous "Stone Wall" and Sunken road, where more than 9000 killed and wounded were found after the battle.



Greetings From Fredericksburg
Title:
Greetings From Fredericksburg
Fredericksburg Virginia (VA), Linen unused

Description:
Fredericksburg was founded in 1671. It was the boyhood home of George Washington and is rich in history. Views show: The Home of Mary, the Mother of Washington, Rising Sun Tavern, Hugh Mercer Apothecary Shop and the James Monroe Shrine.


Old Slave Block
Title:
Old Slave Block
Fredericksburg Virginia (VA), Linen unused

Description:
Used for Sale and Hire of Slaves at Fredericksburg. In the days before the Civil War, it was used for the sale and annual hire of slaves. Albert Crutchfield, shown in picture was sold from the block about 1859, at which time he was a boy about 15 years old.



The Hugh Mercer Apothecary Shop
Title:
The Hugh Mercer Apothecary Shop
Fredericksburg Virginia (VA), Linen unused

Description:
Established about 1750 by Dr. Hugh Mercer, friend and military compatriot of George Washington. Preserved as a museum of Early American Pharmacy and as a shrine for the organized pharmacists of the united States.


Traveler's Drive In Restaurants Inc
Title:
Traveler's Drive In Restaurants Inc
Fredericksburg Virginia (VA), Linen unused

Description:
Visit Americas Most Historic City. 1/4 mile north of Historical Fredericksburg, Va. On U. S. #1, at Falmouth Air Conditioned - Famous for Excellent food.



Chatham
Title:
Chatham
Fredericksburg Virginia (VA), Divided Back PM 1913

Description:
Built 1730. Residence A. Randolph Howard




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