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Couple standing by ox drawn carriage on the west side of Duke of Gloucester Street with the Bowden-Armistead House in the background.

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Pre-restoration view of the front elevation of the Seymour Powell Tenement, formerly known as the Powell-Hallam House, Williamsburg, Virginia

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Pre-restoration view looking south across Duke of Gloucester Street towards Bell's Hospital and the Powder Magazine on Market Square, Williamsburg, Virginia

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View looking east towards the side elevation of the William Finnie House, Williamsburg, Virginia

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Pre-restoration view of the front elevation of the Robert Carter House viewed from across Palace Green in Williamsburg, Virginia.

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View looking towards Samuel Harris' Cheap Store located at the corner of Botetourt and Duke of Gloucester Streets, Williamsburg, Virginia.

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A group of African American children playing marbles outside the railroad depot in Williamsburg, Virginia.

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Portrait of an African American woman, identified as Aunt Sally, standing on a porch holding a plate of flowers, Williamsburg, Virginia,

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An African American in a horse drawn cart pulled up next to a row of carts and wagons, possibly outside Samuel Harris' Cheap Store in Williamsburg, Virginia,

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Portrait of an African American woman known as Easter Burwell, the Duchess, standing in a street in Williamsburg, Virginia.

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An African American woman and man conversing on the street in Williamsburg, Virginia.

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Two African American men conversing by an ox cart in Williamsburg, Virginia.

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A pre-restoration view of Tazewell Hall at the end of South England Street with the Mary Cary House to the right, Williamsburg, Virginia.
Constructed in the mid-eighteenth-century and originally serving as the home of John Randolph, the home was…

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A pre-restoration view of a group of African Americans crossing the Capitol Landing Road Bridge in Williamsburg, Virginia, circa 1904. A phrase under the photo reads: "Home again, home again, market is done."

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A pre-restoration view of the front elevation of the St., George Tucker House, Williamsburg, Virginia.

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A pre-restoration view of the St. George Tucker House in the snow, Williamsburg, Virginia.

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A group of fish caught by a Ball family member labeled "this represents one-half of the catch".

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A photo of two unidentified women sitting on the porch steps of a house.

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Periodical illustration of a young girl identified as Virginia Ball, probably a member of the family of Frederick Hooker Ball.

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A circular periodical illustration of a portrait of a woman identified as Mrs. Wilson, a member of the Frederick Hooker Ball family of Williamsburg, Virginia.
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