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A photostat copy of George Washington's letter for John Fairfax.
Independence Hall, where the Continental Congress voted in favor of independence July 2, 1776 and the finalized document was dated July 4, 1776. The structure was built in 1726.
The grave, third from the left is that of Elinor Junkin Jackson, General Thomas "Stonewall" Jackson's first wife. Elinor died in childbirth. The couples stillborn son is buried with her.
The house is showing a view of Garden side.  (This photograph is taken for the celebration of the two Hundredth anniversary of the Birth of George Washington in 1932 by U.S. George Washington Bicentennial Commission, Washington, D. C.)
Coeburn is nestled in a valley of the Appalachian Mountains, in the southwestern tip of Virginia.  It is on the famous "Trail of the Lonesome Pine."
'Everyone pitched in to get Coeburn's new medical center ready for dedication ceremonies scheduled for Sunday (July 31).  All grading and landscape work was done by enthusiastic volunteers.'
'This is where D. D. Brown spent part of his first vacation after coming to West Virginia on March 1, 1905, working at Montes, W. Va. most of the time 12 to 18 hours per day.'
Information on the back of the photograph includes," ... where we lived in Virginia where Uncle Charles Thomas ran an encline."
Taken at the home of Thomas Jefferson.
The chapel was built during Robert E. Lee's term as University President, 1865-1870.
Barracks Hall and Lejeune Hall stand along the boundaries of the parade ground.
Color postcard print of the the Rouss City Hall in Winchester, Virginia, built in 1900.
Post card print. This structure was built in 1855, the church was organized in 1746.
Post card print of the front view of the Mary Baldwin Seminary, formally the Augusta Female Seminary.
Postcard print of East Covington, Allegheny County, Virginia, bordering Greenbrier County, West Virginia.
Post card print
Post card print
William Payne served under JEB Stuart in Black Horse Cavalry Regiment during the Civil War. He attained the rank of Brigadier General in the Confederate Army, fighting in several major engagements such as the 1862 Peninsula Campaign, Gettysburg and the 1864 Shenandoah Valley Campaign. After the war Payne resume his law practice in Warrenton.
Probably a photograph of Norton, Virginia, southwest of the West Virginia state line, soon after a fire destroyed much of the town.
Photograph post card of Norton, southwest of the West Virginia state line. Several buildings and homes are identified.
Postcard photograph. See back of the original image for correspondence.
Colored postcard photograph. See back of the original image for correspondence.
Postcard photograph. See back of the original image for address.