Richmond boasts a long, rich history—early-
While these landmarks of national significance are a great draw for visitors, many of the city’s lesser-known landmarks are a great source of local pride and provide a strong sense of place for Richmond natives and residents. Utilizing the historic prints, photographs, and documents collection of the Library of Virginia, Richmond Landmarks explores some of the most iconic landmarks of the city’s social and cultural history.
Join the Author for a Book Signing!
When: Sunday, December 9th at 3:00 p.m.
Where: St. John’s Church Foundation
2319 E. Broad Street, Richmond, VA 23223
Katarina M. Spears has worked professionally in all aspects of museum and historic site management in her 20-year career and holds university degrees in art history and anthropology. Currently she works for the Library of Virginia Foundation, the nonprofit partner of the Library of Virginia, which serves as a repository for the personal and public records of all Virginians.
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