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The Tayloe Office. Back of card reads: "The Tayloe Office, Williamsburg, Virginia. This office with its unusual bell-shaped roof served the wealthy planter Colonel John Tayloe when he came to Williamsburg as a member of the council."
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…
West façade of the Thomas Everard Office (formerly Brush-Everard Office), Williamsburg, Virginia, prior to its demolition during the restoration of the site.
Pre-restoration view of south and east facades of the Grissell Hay Lodging House Kitchen (formerly the Van Garrett or Archibald Blair Kitchen), Williamsburg, Virginia.
The St. George Tucker Law Office, Nicholson Street, Williamsburg, Virginia. Since the structure was erected in the nineteenth-century, it was demolished during the restoration of the property to its eighteenth-century appearance..
Pre-restoration view of north façade of the George Reid House (formerly Captain Orr's Dwelling or the Barlow House), Williamsburg, Virginia.
Exterior of Governor's Palace viewed from Palace Street, ca. 1930s