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Bracken Tenement, formerly known as the Montague House, at corner of Francis and S. Queen Streets, looking west, circa 1928.

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Pre-restoration view of the Greenhow Brick Office, also known as the Debtor's Prison, circa 1928.

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John Cary House when located on Block 34, Williamsburg, Virginia, prior to its demolition, circa 1928.

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Postcard featuring a photo of the Brush-Everard House (now known as the Thomas Everard House) during a winter snow storm. Back of card reads: The Brush-Everard House, Williamsburg, Virginia. Built by gunsmith John Brush in 1717, this modest…

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Pre-restoration view of the south façade of the the Grissell-Hay Lodging House (formerly the Archibald Blair House or Van Garrett Tenement,)

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Pre-restoration view of south façade of the St. George Tucker House, Nicholson Street, Williamsburg, Virginia.

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Galt Outbuilding (also known as Galt-Kirby Outbuilding), Francis Street, Williamsburg, Virginia

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Pre-restoration view of south façade of the Tayloe House (formerly known as the Elizabeth Coleman House), Williamsburg, Virginia

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Pre-restoration view of south façade of the Peyton Randolph House, Nicholson Street, Williamsburg, Virginia.

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Pre-restoration view of south and west facades of the Taliaferro-Cole House, Williamsburg, Virginia.

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Pre-restoration view of the north façade of the Moody House, Williamsburg, Virginia.

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Patsy Custis House, Williamsburg, Virginia, at its original location on Nicholson Street.

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Pre-restoration view of north façade of the George Reid House (formerly Captain Orr's Dwelling or the Barlow House), Williamsburg, Virginia.

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Semple House (now William Finnie House) Kitchen, Williamsburg, Virginia, circa 1930's

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Palmer House garden and stable, ca. 1937. At the time this photo was taken, the stable stood on the Palmer property, but was later moved to the Nelson Galt House.

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Colonial Williamsburg's first interior decorator, Susan Higginson Nash leaning against a fence and talking to unidentified person behind Little England, Gloucester County, Virginia, 1930