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What Richmond, VA, looked like at the Turn of the 20th Century

At the turn of the 20th century, the population of Richmond had reached 85,050, making it the most densely populated city in the Southern United States. Slave-freed African Americans established a thriving business community in the city’s historic Jackson Ward, which became known as the “Wall Street of Black America”. In 1903 African American businesswoman and financier Maggie L. Walker chartered St. Luke Penny Savings Bank and served as its first president.

The former city of Manchester merged with the city of Richmond in 1910. Henrico County’s Barton Heights, Ginter Park, and Highland Park areas were also annexed to the city in 1914. Richmond became the headquarters of the Fifth District of the Federal Reserve Bank in 1914. After World War I ended, Philip Morris was established in the city in 1919. During the 1920s, the Fan district also began to develop. During the early 20th century, Jake Wells built several vaudeville theaters and opera houses in Richmond.

These fascinating historical photos will take you back to Richmond, Virginia, in the 1900s.

#1 Gamble’s [i.e. Gamble] Hill Park, Richmond, 1908

Gamble's [i.e. Gamble] Hill Park, Richmond, 1908

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#2 Entrance to Hollywood Cemetery, Richmond, 1906

Entrance to Hollywood Cemetery, Richmond, 1906

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#3 C. and O. Ry. station, Richmond, 1905

C. and O. Ry. station, Richmond, 1905

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#4 General view with Capitol Square, Richmond, 1902

General view with Capitol Square, Richmond, 1902

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#5 Elizabeth Van Lew mansion, Richmond, 1907

Elizabeth Van Lew mansion, Richmond, 1907

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#6 Old St. John’s Church, Richmond, 1900s

Old St. John's Church, Richmond, 1900s

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#7 Memorial Hospital, Richmond, 1909

Memorial Hospital, Richmond, 1909

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#8 Van Lew House, Richmond, 1909

Van Lew House, Richmond, 1909

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#9 Gamble Hill Park and Pratt’s Castle, Richmond, 1908

Gamble Hill Park and Pratt's Castle, Richmond, 1908

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#10 Gamble Hill Park, Richmond, 1907

Gamble Hill Park, Richmond, 1907

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#11 Main Street, east from 11th, Richmond, 1900s

Main Street, east from 11th, Richmond, 1900s

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#12 Washington’s headquarters, Richmond, 1908

Washington's headquarters, Richmond, 1908

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#13 Washington’s monument, Richmond, 1908

Washington's monument, Richmond, 1908

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#14 St. Paul’s Church, Richmond, 1907

St. Paul's Church, Richmond, 1907

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#15 State Library, Richmond, 1902

State Library, Richmond, 1902

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#16 St. Paul’s Church, Richmond, 1908

St. Paul's Church, Richmond, 1908

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#17 Hotel Jefferson, Richmond, 1908

Hotel Jefferson, Richmond, 1908

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#18 City Hall, Richmond, Virginia, 1907

City Hall, Richmond, Virginia, 1907

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#19 Richmond College, Richmond, Virginia, 1908

Richmond College, Richmond, Virginia, 1908

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#20 Libby Hill Park, Richmond, Virginia, 1906

Libby Hill Park, Richmond, Virginia, 1906

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#21 Old Hillard homestead, Richmond, Virginia, 1905

Old Hillard homestead, Richmond, Virginia, 1905

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#22 Richmond, Va, 1909

Richmond, Va, 1909

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#23 John Marshall’s home, Richmond, 1905

John Marshall's home, Richmond, 1905

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#24 Marching on Richmond / E.J.M., 1905

Marching on Richmond / E.J.M., 1905

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#25 Robert E. Lee monument, Richmond, 1909

Robert E. Lee monument, Richmond, 1909

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#26 Main St. Station, Richmond, 1909

Main St. Station, Richmond, 1909

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#27 Lee Circle & Monument, Richmond, 1908

Lee Circle & Monument, Richmond, 1908

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#28 Lobby, Hotel Richmond, Richmond, 1908

Lobby, Hotel Richmond, Richmond, 1908

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#29 Country Club, Richmond, 1908

Country Club, Richmond, 1908

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#30 Virginia State Library, capitol’s grounds, Richmond, 1908

Virginia State Library, capitol's grounds, Richmond, 1908

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#31 Main dining room, Murphy’s Hotel, Richmond, 1909

Main dining room, Murphy's Hotel, Richmond, 1909

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#32 The Jefferson Davis mansion, Richmond, 1902

The Jefferson Davis mansion, Richmond, 1902

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#33 St. John’s Church, Richmond, Virginia, 1901.

St. John's Church, Richmond, Virginia, 1901.

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#34 St. Paul’s Church, Richmond, 1901

St. Paul's Church, Richmond, 1901

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#35 St. John’s Church, Richmond, 1901.

St. John's Church, Richmond, 1901.

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#36 Washington Monument and the capitol, Richmond, 1901

Washington Monument and the capitol, Richmond, 1901

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#37 Confederate Museum (Jefferson Davis’s house), Richmond, 1901.

Confederate Museum (Jefferson Davis's house), Richmond, 1901.

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#38 St. John’s Church, interior, from Patrick Henry’s pew, Richmond, 1901.

St. John's Church, interior, from Patrick Henry's pew, Richmond, 1901.

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#39 St. John’s Church, Richmond, 1901.

St. John's Church, Richmond, 1901.

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#40 The Capitol, Richmond, 1901.

The Capitol, Richmond, 1901.

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#41 Richmond, Va., from Hollywood, 1902.

Richmond, Va., from Hollywood, 1902.

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#42 Confederate Monument, Richmond, 1902.

Confederate Monument, Richmond, 1902.

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#43 The Rotunda, Hotel Jefferson, Richmond, 1903.

The Rotunda, Hotel Jefferson, Richmond, 1903.

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#44 Monumental Church, Richmond, 1903.

Monumental Church, Richmond, 1903.

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#45 Hotel Jefferson, Richmond, 1903.

Hotel Jefferson, Richmond, 1903.

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#46 Confederate White House, home of Jefferson Davis in Richmond, 1904

Confederate White House, home of Jefferson Davis in Richmond, 1904

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#47 Jefferson Davis plot, Hollywood Cemetery, Richmond, 1904

Jefferson Davis plot, Hollywood Cemetery, Richmond, 1904

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#48 Home of Chief Justice John Marshall, Richmond, 1905

Home of Chief Justice John Marshall, Richmond, 1905

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#49 Governor’s mansion, Richmond, 1905.

Governor's mansion, Richmond, 1905.

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#50 Residence of Gen. Robert E. Lee, 1861-1865, Richmond, 1905.

Residence of Gen. Robert E. Lee, 1861-1865, Richmond, 1905.

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#51 Hollywood, tomb of James Monroe, Richmond, 1905.

Hollywood, tomb of James Monroe, Richmond, 1905.

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#52 Monument to Confederate dead, Hollywood, Richmond, 1905.

Monument to Confederate dead, Hollywood, Richmond, 1905.

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#53 Broad Street, Richmond, 1905.

Broad Street, Richmond, 1905.

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#54 Franklin Street, Richmond, 1905.

Franklin Street, Richmond, 1905.

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#55 Washington Monument and City Hall, Richmond, 1905

Washington Monument and City Hall, Richmond, 1905

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#56 Stonewall Jackson Monument, Richmond, 1905.

Stonewall Jackson Monument, Richmond, 1905.

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#57 Main Street, Richmond, 1905.

Main Street, Richmond, 1905.

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#58 Murphy’s Hotel, Richmond, 1905.

Murphy's Hotel, Richmond, 1905.

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#59 The Richmond, Richmond, 1905.

The Richmond, Richmond, 1905.

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#60 Jefferson Davis house [i.e. Confederate Museum], Richmond, 1905.

Jefferson Davis house [i.e. Confederate Museum], Richmond, 1905.

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#61 Elizabeth Van Lew mansion, Richmond, 1905.

Elizabeth Van Lew mansion, Richmond, 1905.

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#62 John Smith Memorial, Gamble Hill Park, Richmond, 1907

John Smith Memorial, Gamble Hill Park, Richmond, 1907

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#63 Equestrian statue of Robert E. Lee, Richmond, 1908

Equestrian statue of Robert E. Lee, Richmond, 1908

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#64 Statue of Stonewall Jackson, Richmond, 1908

Statue of Stonewall Jackson, Richmond, 1908

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#65 St. Peter’s Cathedral, Richmond, 1907

St. Peter's Cathedral, Richmond, 1907

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#66 Pratt’s Castle, Richmond, 1908

Pratt's Castle, Richmond, 1908

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#67 Watts Hall, Union Theological Seminary, Richmond, 1908

Watts Hall, Union Theological Seminary, Richmond, 1908

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#68 Monroe Park, Richmond, 1908

Monroe Park, Richmond, 1908

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#69 Main Street from Eleventh, Richmond, 1908

Main Street from Eleventh, Richmond, 1908

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#70 Interior, Sacred Heart Cathedral, Richmond, 1907

Interior, Sacred Heart Cathedral, Richmond, 1907

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#71 Richmond College (University of Richmond), Richmond, 1909

Richmond College (University of Richmond), Richmond, 1909

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#72 Interior, Sacred Heart Cathedral, Richmond, 1909

Interior, Sacred Heart Cathedral, Richmond, 1909

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#73 Japanese palm garden, Jefferson hotel, Richmond, 1909

Japanese palm garden, Jefferson hotel, Richmond, 1909

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#74 Libby Hill Park, Richmond, 1909

Libby Hill Park, Richmond, 1909

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#75 Richmond, Va, 1905.

Richmond, Va, 1905.

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#76 Main Street, Richmond, Virginia, 1905

Main Street, Richmond, Virginia, 1905

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#77 Jefferson Davis mansion (Confederate Museum), Richmond, Virginia, 1905

Jefferson Davis mansion (Confederate Museum), Richmond, Virginia, 1905

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#78 St. John’s Church, Richmond, Va, 1905.

St. John's Church, Richmond, Va, 1905.

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#79 State Library, Richmond, 1905.

State Library, Richmond, 1905.

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#80 Broad Street, lined with school children applauding President Roosevelt, Richmond, 1905

Broad Street, lined with school children applauding President Roosevelt, Richmond, 1905

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#81 President Roosevelt praising the courage of the South in war and peace, Richmond, 1905

President Roosevelt praising the courage of the South in war and peace, Richmond, 1905

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#82 Tomb of Jefferson Davis, Hollywood [Cemetery], Richmond, 1905.

Tomb of Jefferson Davis, Hollywood [Cemetery], Richmond, 1905.

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#83 Henry Clay Monument, Richmond, 1905.

Henry Clay Monument, Richmond, 1905.

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#84 Emancipation Day, Richmond, 1905

Emancipation Day, Richmond, 1905

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#85 Statue of Major General J.E.B. Stuart, Richmond, 1909

Statue of Major General J.E.B. Stuart, Richmond, 1909

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#86 St. Paul’s Church, Richmond, 1906

St. Paul's Church, Richmond, 1906

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#87 Franklin Street, Richmond, 1908

Franklin Street, Richmond, 1908

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#88 State capitol and city hall, Richmond, 1908

State capitol and city hall, Richmond, 1908

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#89 Sacred Heart Cathedral, Richmond, 1908

Sacred Heart Cathedral, Richmond, 1908

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#90 Confederate Soldiers’ Home, Richmond, 1908

Confederate Soldiers' Home, Richmond, 1908

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#91 Libby Hill Park, Richmond, 1908

Libby Hill Park, Richmond, 1908

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#92 Japanese palm garden, Jefferson Hotel, Richmond, 1908

Japanese palm garden, Jefferson Hotel, Richmond, 1908

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#93 Lake in Reservoir park, Richmond, 1908

Lake in Reservoir park, Richmond, 1908

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#94 Lobby and grand staircase, Jefferson Hotel, Richmond, 1908

Lobby and grand staircase, Jefferson Hotel, Richmond, 1908

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#95 Old bell tower, Richmond, 1908

Old bell tower, Richmond, 1908

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#96 Belle Isle and the James River Falls, Richmond, 1908

Belle Isle and the James River Falls, Richmond, 1908

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#97 Broad Street, Richmond, 1908

Broad Street, Richmond, 1908

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#98 R.E. Lee camp, Confederates’ [i.e. Confederate Soldiers’] Home, Richmond, 1908

R.E. Lee camp, Confederates' [i.e. Confederate Soldiers'] Home, Richmond, 1908

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#99 Washington memorial, Capitol park [i.e. Capitol Square], Richmond, 1908

Washington memorial, Capitol park [i.e. Capitol Square], Richmond, 1908

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#100 Confederate Soldiers’ and Sailors’ Monument, Libby Hill [Park], Richmond, 1908

Confederate Soldiers' and Sailors' Monument, Libby Hill [Park], Richmond, 1908

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#101 Tomb of James Monroe, Richmond, 1908

Tomb of James Monroe, Richmond, 1908

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#102 Sixth Street market, Richmond, 1908

Sixth Street market, Richmond, 1908

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#103 Sixth Street market, Richmond, 1908

Sixth Street market, Richmond, 1908

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#104 James River from Hollywood, Richmond, 1908

James River from Hollywood, Richmond, 1908

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#105 Sixth Street Market (typical vegetable men), Richmond, 1908

Sixth Street Market (typical vegetable men), Richmond, 1908

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#106 Old market, Richmond, 1909.

Old market, Richmond, 1909.

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#107 Mail carrier and six other men posed standing at entrance to shop. S.J. Gilpin shoe store, Richmond, 1900

Mail carrier and six other men posed standing at entrance to shop. S.J. Gilpin shoe store, Richmond, 1900

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#108 A trotting horse with cart and driver race past the spectators at Richmond Horse Show, 1900

A trotting horse with cart and driver race past the spectators at Richmond Horse Show, 1900

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#109 Workers in Press room, Richmond & Backus Company Print Shop, 1902

Workers in Press room, Richmond & Backus Company Print Shop, 1902

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#110 African American Women and Men near Machinery at Lexington Laundry, Richmond, 1900

African American Women and Men near Machinery at Lexington Laundry, Richmond, 1900

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#111 Park of Captured Guns at Rocketts, Richmond, 1907

Park of Captured Guns at Rocketts, Richmond, 1907

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#112 Libby Prison, north side, Richmond, 1900

Libby Prison, north side, Richmond, 1900

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#113 The Arsenal Grounds, near the Petersburgh R.R. Bridge, Richmond, 1907

The Arsenal Grounds, near the Petersburgh R.R. Bridge, Richmond, 1907

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#114 View on the Lynchburgh Canal, near the Haxall Flour Mills, Richmond, 1900

View on the Lynchburgh Canal, near the Haxall Flour Mills, Richmond, 1900

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#115 St. John’s Church. Richmond, Virginia, D. H. Anderson (American, born 1827), 1907

St. John's Church. Richmond, Virginia, D. H. Anderson (American, born 1827), 1907

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#116 Mr John Jones driving Cherry Boys at the Richmond, 14th June 1907.

Mr John Jones driving Cherry Boys at the Richmond, 14th June 1907.

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#117 Confederate Soldiers’ and Sailors’ Monument, Libby Hill Park, Richmond, Virginia, 1908

Confederate Soldiers' and Sailors' Monument, Libby Hill Park, Richmond, Virginia, 1908

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#118 The ruins of Richmond Great House after Soufriere erupted in 1902 – Saint Vincent, Richmond Great House in St. Vincent was destroyed and buried in volcanic dust and ash when Soufriere erupted on May 8th 1902

The ruins of Richmond Great House after Soufriere erupted in 1902 - Saint Vincent, Richmond Great House in St. Vincent was destroyed and buried in volcanic dust and ash when Soufriere erupted on May 8th 1902

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#119 The ruins of Richmond Great House after Soufriere erupted in 1902

The ruins of Richmond Great House after Soufriere erupted in 1902

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#120 African, Americans, mostly women, sorting tobacco at the T.C. Williams & Co., tobacco, Richmond, Virginia, 1900

African, Americans, mostly women, sorting tobacco at the T.C. Williams & Co., tobacco, Richmond, Virginia, 1900

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#121 Hollywood, Tomb of U.S. President James Monroe, Richmond, Virginia, 1905

Hollywood, Tomb of U.S. President James Monroe, Richmond, Virginia, 1905

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#122 Two women and a man pose atop Gibraltar Rock in Richmond Memorial Park, which was dedicated by Jens Jensen and the Wisconsin Friends in 1927 in order to conserve the native landscape, West Point, Wisconsin, 1902.

Two women and a man pose atop Gibraltar Rock in Richmond Memorial Park, which was dedicated by Jens Jensen and the Wisconsin Friends in 1927 in order to conserve the native landscape, West Point, Wisconsin, 1902.

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#123 View of the Monument to Confederate War Dead located in Hollywood Cemetery in Richmond, Virginia, 1902.

View of the Monument to Confederate War Dead located in Hollywood Cemetery in Richmond, Virginia, 1902.

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#124 Sixth Street market, Richmond, Va African-American vendors and farm produce–melons, corn and squash, 1908

Sixth Street market, Richmond, Va African-American vendors and farm produce--melons, corn and squash, 1908

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#125 Man Working in Window and Man Standing in Doorway, EJ Crane Watchmaker and Jewelry Store, Richmond, Virginia, 1900

Man Working in Window and Man Standing in Doorway, EJ Crane Watchmaker and Jewelry Store, Richmond, Virginia, 1900

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#126 Press Room, Planet Newspaper, Richmond, Virginia, 1900

Press Room, Planet Newspaper, Richmond, Virginia, 1900

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#127 People posed on porch of and in the Planet newspaper publishing house, Richmond, Virginia, 1900

People posed on porch of and in the Planet newspaper publishing house, Richmond, Virginia, 1900

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#128 African American Watchmaker & Jewelers store, 1900

African American Watchmaker & Jewelers store, 1900

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#129 Main Street in Richmond, Virginia before the age of Bank Bailouts. Public Transportation Dominates the street with very little vehicular traffic besides. Many of the Buildings are cast iron, 1900

Main Street in Richmond, Virginia before the age of Bank Bailouts. Public Transportation Dominates the street with very little vehicular traffic besides. Many of the Buildings are cast iron, 1900

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#130 Ex-Service Men Make King’s Jubilee Emplems, 1900

Ex-Service Men Make King's Jubilee Emplems, 1900

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#131 House in which Stonewall Jackson died, Richmond, Virginia, 1900.

House in which Stonewall Jackson died, Richmond, Virginia, 1900.

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#132 Royal Kew Gardens Angleterre, 1900

Royal Kew Gardens Angleterre, 1900

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#133 Jules Gautier, manacled in the Thames, tows a boat from Mortlake to Putney, 1909

Jules Gautier, manacled in the Thames, tows a boat from Mortlake to Putney, 1909

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#134 The pleasure steamer, the ‘Queen Elizabeth’, coming up the River Thames from Kingston Bridge to Hampton Court, seen from the towpath, 1907

The pleasure steamer, the 'Queen Elizabeth', coming up the River Thames from Kingston Bridge to Hampton Court, seen from the towpath, 1907

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