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Pre-restoration view of the Orrell House, formerly known as the McCandlish House, Francis Street, Williamsburg, Virginia, circa 1928.

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Pre-restoration view of front and side elevations of the Orrell House, formerly known as the McCandlish House, Francis Street, Williamsburg, Virginia, circa 1928.

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Pre-restoration view of rear elevation of the Orrell House, formerly known as the McCandlish House, Francis Street, Williamsburg, Virginia, circa 1928.

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Pre-restoration view of the Tayloe House, formerly known as the Elizabeth Coleman House, Williamsburg, Virginia, circa 1929.

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Exterior elevation of unidentified residence once located on the site currently occupied by Brown Hall, Williamsburg, Virginia, circa 1929.

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Pre-restoration view of the north façade of the William Lightfoot House (formerly Nightingale House), Williamsburg, Virginia. The Norfolk Café is visible to the left.

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Pre-restoration view of north façade of Orrell House (formerly known as the McCandlish House), Williamsburg, Virginia.

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Cows grazing in front of an unidentified house near Smithfield, Virginia.

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Pre-restoration view of the Ewing House, Williamsburg, Virginia.

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Pre-restoration view of the Seymour Powell Tenement (previously known as the Powell-Hallam House) in its original location, Williamsburg, Virginia.

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Pre-restoration view of the Seymour Powell Tenement (previously known as the Powell-Hallam House) in its original location on Francis Street, Williamsburg, Virginia.

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Pre-restoration view of the Travis House on its original location at Francis and Henry Streets in Williamsburg, Virginia.

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Official Colonial Williamsburg postcard illustrated with a view of the Tayloe House, Office, and Kitchen in the springtime.

Back of postcard reads: "Colonial Williamsburg, Tayloe House, Office, and Kitchen. Historic Area, Williamsburg, Virginia.…

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A popular restaurant for tourists in the 1930s, the Travis House stood for a period of time along Duke of Gloucester Street on the site formerly occupied by the Palace Theater. Its menu featured dishes inspired by colonial recipes. The structure…

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Post-restoration view of the William Lightfoot House, once known as the Nightingale House. Yorktown merchant William Lightfoot constructed the dwelling to serve as a town home during visits to Williamsburg to participate in the Governor's Council.…