Monticello--Home of Thomas Jefferson
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Monticello--Home of Thomas Jefferson
Monticello Virginia (VA), Post Card (Undivided Back) unused


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

Description:
"Monticello" - Home of Thomas Jefferson. Thomas Jefferson, third President of the United States, was born in Shadwell, Albemarie County, Virginia April 2nd, 1743. He entered the College William and Mary at the age of 17, was graduated, studied law, and was admitted to the bar in 1767. On Jan 1st, 1772, he married Mrs. Martha Skelton, a widow of much grace and charm, and took her to his new home, "Monticello." His estate included 40,000 acres and 135 slaves. After 44 years of public service, Jefferson retired to private life in 1809, and died at "Monticello" on July 4th, 1826. His wife died in 1782.



Home of Thomas Jefferson
Title:
Home of Thomas Jefferson
Monticello Virginia (VA), Divided Back PM Feb-12


Cimney Piece in Monticello
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Cimney Piece in Monticello
Monticello Virginia (VA), Linen unused

Description:
In the Main Hall with portrait of Thomas Jefferson after Rembrandt Peale. 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



Monticello - Jefferson's Honeymoon Lodge
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Monticello - Jefferson's Honeymoon Lodge
Monticello Virginia (VA), Chrome unused

Description:
The Slave Quarters and Old Water Pump, Monticello Shop, and the Rest Room. 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


Mantel in Reception hall with portrait of Jefferson
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Mantel in Reception hall with portrait of Jefferson
Monticello Virginia (VA), Post Card (Undivided Back) 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. Natioinal headquarters, 115 Broadway, New York City.



Archway showing view of Monticello
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Archway showing view of Monticello
Monticello Virginia (VA), Divided Back unused

Description:
Archway showing view of Monticello in the distance. Jefferson and Monroe planned to live within signalling distance. "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. Hand Colored




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