Ludwell-Paradise House (Williamsburg, Va.)
Block 18-1. Building 07.
Historic buildings - Virginia - Williamsburg
Architecture, Domestic - Virginia - Williamsburg
Lantern Slides - Hand colored - 1930-1940
View of the front elevation of the Ludwell-Paradise House as featured on a lantern slide produced by A.D. Handy Co. One of the eighty-eight original eighteenth-century buildings at Colonial Williamsburg, the house played an important role in the museum's founding as the first property purchased by John D. Rockefeller, Jr. Members of the Ludwell family resided here in the eighteenth century and Lucy Ludwell Paradise, one of their more eccentric offspring, became a well-known socialite in both London and Virginia. She also became a namesake for this home that is a cornerstone of Williamsburg's restoration.
A.D. Handy Co.
Is Part Of
Peter Hornbeck Lantern Slide Collection, AV-2000.9, Box 1
Special Collections, John D. Rockefeller Jr. Library, The Colonial Williamsburg Foundation
Still Image Item Type Metadata
3.25 x 4 inches
A.D. Handy Co., “Paradise House,” John D. Rockefeller Jr. Library, Colonial Williamsburg Foundation, accessed October 19, 2021, https://rocklib.omeka.net/items/show/1090.