Governor's Mansion, Capitol Square, Richmond, Va.

Abstract

Governor's Mansion, Richmond, Virginia, circa 1915-1930. Caption reads: "Completed in 1813 (replacing an old wooden structure of two stories) this has been the official residence of the Chief Executive of Virginia from that time to the present. During 'reconstruction days' when Virginia constituted 'Military Dist. No. One,' it was occupied by General Jim Schofield, Military Commander. Here many of the world's 'notables' past and present have been entertained." Postcard number: 39091

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