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

Hand-colored photograph of St. George Tucker House, Williamsburg, Virginia, circa 1930's

Peter Powell house on York Road, Williamsburg, Virginia, circa 1930's

Pre-restoration view of the George Jackson House, 135 York Street, Williamsburg, Virginia, circa 1930's.

View of Allard House before being demolished, Williamsburg, Virginia, circa 1930s.

Powell-Hallam House [now known as the Seymour Powell Tenement], Williamsburg, VA, circa 1930s.

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

Entrance detail of the Raleigh Tavern's southern facade, viewed from the southwest along Duke of Gloucester Street, 1935. The tavern's signboard and a fence stand in the foreground, while the front entrance of the building is visible in the…

View of brick path leading towards the Coke-Garrett House, taken by F.S. Lincoln in 1935. Once the eighteenth-century residence of silversmith John Coke, the house later became the home of the Garrett family in the nineteenth century. The garden…

Rows of tulips line a pathway in a garden behind a house and associated outbuilding in Colonial Williamsburg's Historic Area, circa late 1930s.

Exterior of Market Square Tavern, 1935. A welcoming glow from the windows of Market Square Tavern offered visitors to 1930s Colonial Williamsburg the ambience of stepping back in time. Constructed in 1749 by John Dixon, the tavern was extensively…

Pre-restoration view of Market Square Tavern showing a number of the nineteenth-century additions to the structure that were later removed during its restoration in the early 1930s. They include the open and screened porches along the front and the…

Exterior of the Raleigh Tavern, view looking northeast from across Duke of Gloucester Street, 1933. The Raleigh Tavern was the frequent scene of both jollity and consequence, and was "....the foremost of Williamsburg's taverns in the eighteenth…