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Recto and verso of postcard featuring an African American costumed interpreter known as "Aunt Mary" who demonstrated colonial cooking techniques in the Governor's Palace Kitchen during the 1930s. This postcard is part of a series produced by The…

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Recto and verso of a postcard featuring an interior view of a prisoner's cell within the Public Gaol. The Albertype Co. of Brooklyn, NY produced some of the earliest official postcards for Colonial Williamsburg. This one promoted the newly restored…

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Interior paneling, architrave trim, and fireplace in Mount Clement, Essex County, Virginia

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View of the Keeping Room fireplace, mantel and closet at Smith's Fort Plantation, Surry County, Virginia .

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A view of a fireplace at Smith's Fort Plantation, Surry County, Virginia

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Paneled wall cupboard next to fireplace at Smith's Fort Plantation, Surry County, Virginia .

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Kitchen fireplace at Rosegill in Middlesex County, Virginia .

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A view of the fireplace and mantel in the dining room at Lower Brandon in Prince George County, Virginia.

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Recto and verso of postcard illustrated with a drawing by Charles H. Overly of the Governor's Palace Kitchen. The sketch depicts two costumed interpreters demonstrating colonial food preparation techniques by the large open fireplace. Overly…

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Recto and verso of postcard illustrated with an interior view of the George Wythe House kitchen, where several African American costumed interpreters are demonstrating colonial cooking techniques.

Caption reads: "The kitchen of the Wythe House was…

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Postcard depicting the interior of King's Arms Tavern, Williamsburg, Virginia, published by Colonial Williamsburg, Inc., ca. 1950s.

The caption reads: "King's Arms Tavern, Williamsburg, Virginia. Meals served in the seven dining rooms of the…

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Interior of Governor's Palace Kitchen with costumed interpreter, Williamsburg, Virginia, circa 1930's
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