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  • Tags: Duke of Gloucester Street

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View from corner of Duke of Gloucester, Richmond, and Jamestown roads towards Brafferton Hall at the College of William and Mary, circa 1928. Sign on the shop on the far left of the photo reads "College Shop Luncheonette Student Supplies."

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View looking down Palace Green towards Duke of Gloucester Street, Williamsburg, Virginia, 1928. Building pictured on the right are, left to right: George Wythe House, Presbyterian Church (no longer standing), and Calhoun House (no longer standing).…

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Pre-restoration view looking west on Duke of Gloucester Street, between Francis and Boundary Streets: (l-r) the Imperial Theater, bowling alley, Candy Kitchen, Norfolk Restaurant, pool room, barber shop, and College Shop, circa 1928. The Wren…

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Pre-restoration view looking west on Duke of Gloucester Street towards Wetherburn's Tavern, Williamsburg, Virginia, circa 1928. Other buildings pictured include the John Coke Office, Macon House, and Charlton House.

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Pre-restoration view of Duke of Gloucester Street looking east on Block 22 near Henry Street, Williamsburg, Virginia circa 1928. Identifiable stores in the foreground include (left side) College Pharmacy, R.T. Casey & Sons General Merchandise and…

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Pre-restoration view of the Market Square area, Williamsburg, Virginia, looking west on Duke of Gloucester Street from England Street. Pictured on the left are the Peninsula Garage, Peninsula Bank and the U.S. Post Office. Beyond is the First…

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Pre-restoration view looking down Duke of Gloucester street towards the Market Square area, Williamsburg, Virginia, circa 1928. Buildings pictured are, right to left: U.S. Post Office (formerly Williamsburg Methodist Church), the Peninsula Bank, the…

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View of the Moseley House, Moseley outbuilding, Canady's Store and Crutchfield's Café, and a barber shop located on Block 10 on Duke of Gloucester Street, Williamsburg, Virginia, circa 1928.

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Pre-restoration view looking down Duke of Gloucester Street towards the College of William and Mary, at the intersection with Nassau St., Williamsburg, Virginia, circa 1928. Shops on the right include New York Tailor and an Army Store.

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Pre-restoration view of Block 13 looking east down Duke of Gloucester Street, Williamsburg, Virginia, circa 1928. The Palace Theater is under demolition in the right foreground while the Courthouse is visible in the left background.

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Pre-restoration street scene of the Raleigh Tavern site, Williamsburg, Virginia, circa 1928. The L.W. Lane, Jr. store stands on the exact site of the colonial tavern.

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Pre-restoration view looking along Duke of Gloucester Street towards Bell's Hospital, Peninsula Garage, and Peninsula Bank, Williamsburg, Virginia, circa 1928.

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Pre-restoration view looking up Duke of Gloucester Street from its west end at the College of William and Mary, Williamsburg, Virginia, circa 1928.

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Pre-restoration view looking down Duke of Gloucester Street from its west end at the College of William and Mary, Williamsburg, Virginia, circa 1928.

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Pre-restoration view along Duke of Gloucester Street of the Maupin, Timberlake, and Fowler houses (Block 13, Buildings 26, 27, and 28), now demolished, Williamsburg, Virginia, circa 1928.

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Pre-restoration view of Duke of Gloucester Street looking west featuring, right to left, the Roscow Cole House, Mary Dickinson Store, and James Geddy House, Williamsburg, Virginia, circa 1928.

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APVA monument on the site of the colonial Capitol of Williamsburg, Virginia, looking west down Duke of Gloucester Street, circa 1928. The Palmer House is visible to the left and the Cary Peyton Armistead House on the right.

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APVA monument on the site of the colonial Capitol site, Williamsburg, Virginia, looking west down Duke of Gloucester Street, circa 1928. The Palmer House is visible to the left and the Cary Peyton Armistead House to the right.

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Pre-restoration street scene along Block 14 on Duke of Gloucester Street, Williamsburg, Virginia, 1928, Businesses pictured include a confectionery shop, post office, jewelry store, Person's Garage, and Florsheim Shoe.

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Side elevation of First Baptist Church when located on Market Square near the Powder Magazine, Williamsburg, Virginia, circa 1928. A sign posted on a tree reads "Powder Horn Built 1714 Admission 10 cents."