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A Richmond Album:
A Pictorial Chronicle of an Historic City's
Outstanding Events and Places

By Earle Lutz

Published by Garrett & Massie, Richmond, Va. (1957).  Orange hardcover book with black grid illustration on front and rear cover. Black lettering to spine. Introduction by John Stewart Bryan. xxiv, 211 pages, including Index. "The whole volume tells a moving story of a city rich in tradition and signalized by great suffering borne with heroism." Many black and white illustrations. Some bumps, rubs and chips to corners and spine ends, but a wonderful copy that is free of marks and soundly bound. Some of the many subjects covered are: The Falls Plantation, Powhatan's Seat, Richmond's Oldest House, Old St. John's Church, The Virginia Armory, Moldavia, The Ellis House, Duncan Lodge, The Governor's Mansion, Monumental Church, The Archer House, Swan Tavern, St. Claire Hotel, Main Street in 1853, Drewry's Bluff, Dutch Gap, White House of the Confederacy, The Pontoon Bridge, Belle Isle, Shockoe Valley, Butcher Town, Rockett's Landing, Old First Market, Bones and Banjo Convention, Ford's Hotel, Old Fair Grounds, Manchester's Mills, Glen Allen, Fonticello, The Jefferson Hotel, Reservoir Park, The Flood of 1901, and Poe's Workshop. 
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Price:  $250

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