Tazewell Hall (Williamsburg, Va.)
Architecture, Domestic - Virginia - Williamsburg
Architecture, Colonial - Virginia - Williamsburg
Historic buildings - Virginia - Williamsburg
Side elevation of Tazewell Hall, Williamsburg, Virginia. Constructed in the mid-eighteenth-century and originally serving as the home of John Randolph, the home was once located on the southern axis of the town's plan on England Street in the approximate location of today's Williamsburg Lodge, The McMurran family purchased and dismantled the home in the early 1950s when the Lodge expanded. In 1964, they began reconstructing it on Riverside Drive in Newport News where it still stands today.
Beckwith, Edward A.
Is Part Of
Edward Beckwith Photograph Collection, AV2009.5, Box 2
Be114 (see also Bec-157)
Special Collections, John D. Rockefeller, Jr. Library, The Colonial Williamsburg Foundation
Still Image Item Type Metadata
Gelatin silver print
11 x 14 inches
Beckwith, Edward A., “Tazewell Hall,” John D. Rockefeller Jr. Library, Colonial Williamsburg Foundation, accessed July 2, 2022, https://rocklib.omeka.net/items/show/2637.