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  1. Our Mission Statement: The Albemarle Charlottesville Historical Society promotes an appreciation of local history so that the past may shed light on the present and the future. http://www.albemarlehistory.org/ View full record
  2. Our Mission Statement: The Albemarle Charlottesville Historical Society promotes an appreciation of local history so that the past may shed light on the present and the future. http://www.albemarlehistory.org/
  3. Alexandria Historical Society The Alexandria Historical Society was founded in 1974. The mission of the society is to promote an active interest in American history, particularly the history of Alexandria and that of the Commonwealth of Virginia as a whole. Membership benefits include lectures by outstanding speakers, publications relating to local history, and special events, including receptions, meetings, and tours. In addition, a ten percent discount will be given to members in The Lyceum Museum Shop. Lectures and membership meetings take place on the fourth Wednesday of September, October, March, April, May and June. http://www.alexandriahistorical.org/ View full record
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    Alexandria Historical Society The Alexandria Historical Society was founded in 1974. The mission of the society is to promote an active interest in American history, particularly the history of Alexandria and that of the Commonwealth of Virginia as a whole. Membership benefits include lectures by outstanding speakers, publications relating to local history, and special events, including receptions, meetings, and tours. In addition, a ten percent discount will be given to members in The Lyceum Museum Shop. Lectures and membership meetings take place on the fourth Wednesday of September, October, March, April, May and June. http://www.alexandriahistorical.org/
  5. The Historic Alexandria Foundation was incorporated in 1954 "to preserve, protect and restore structures of historic and architectural interest in and associated with the City of Alexandria, Virginia, to preserve antiquities and generally to foster and promote interest in Alexandria's heritage." The Foundation carried out the city's first survey of early buildings, later published as Historic Alexandria, Street by Street: A Survey of Existing Early Buildings. This scholarly book was edited by the late Ethelyn Cox, who supplemented the architectural field work with deed research on the chain of ownership of the properties presented. Parts of the survey were also published in conjunction with the Department of Planning of the City of Alexandria as an Historic Chart, Alexandria, Virginia http://www.historicalexandriafoundation.org/home.aspx Like this View full record
  6. The Historic Alexandria Foundation was incorporated in 1954 "to preserve, protect and restore structures of historic and architectural interest in and associated with the City of Alexandria, Virginia, to preserve antiquities and generally to foster and promote interest in Alexandria's heritage." The Foundation carried out the city's first survey of early buildings, later published as Historic Alexandria, Street by Street: A Survey of Existing Early Buildings. This scholarly book was edited by the late Ethelyn Cox, who supplemented the architectural field work with deed research on the chain of ownership of the properties presented. Parts of the survey were also published in conjunction with the Department of Planning of the City of Alexandria as an Historic Chart, Alexandria, Virginia http://www.historicalexandriafoundation.org/home.aspx Like this
  7. Founded in 1976, the mission of the Amherst County Museum & Historical Society is to discover, collect and preserve objects related to the history and genealogy of Amherst County. The Museum & Historical Society shall exhibit, interpret and offer those collections to provide educational experiences for people of all ages. To contact us by phone: (434) 946-9068 To contact us by mail: P.O. Box 741, Amherst, VA 24521 http://www.amherstcountymuseum.org/ View full record
  8. Founded in 1976, the mission of the Amherst County Museum & Historical Society is to discover, collect and preserve objects related to the history and genealogy of Amherst County. The Museum & Historical Society shall exhibit, interpret and offer those collections to provide educational experiences for people of all ages. To contact us by phone: (434) 946-9068 To contact us by mail: P.O. Box 741, Amherst, VA 24521 http://www.amherstcountymuseum.org/
  9. Arlington Historical Society, Inc. P.O. Box 100402 Arlington, Virginia 22210-3402 (703) 942-9247 http://www.arlingtonhistoricalsociety.org/ View full record
  10. Arlington Historical Society, Inc. P.O. Box 100402 Arlington, Virginia 22210-3402 (703) 942-9247 http://www.arlingtonhistoricalsociety.org/
  11. The Augusta County Historical Society was founded in 1964. It adopted a constitution and by-laws and elected officers, including a board of directors. Membership was open to persons interested in the history and genealogy of Augusta County, Staunton, and Waynesboro, Virginia. The mission of the Augusta County Historical Society is to study, collect, preserve, publish, educate about, and promote the history of Augusta County and its communities. The society also strives to make the citizens of Augusta County aware of their heritage. The Society is located in a restored late 19th century railroad hotel known as the R. R. Smith Center for History and Art. http://www.augustacountyhs.org/ View full record
  12. The Augusta County Historical Society was founded in 1964. It adopted a constitution and by-laws and elected officers, including a board of directors. Membership was open to persons interested in the history and genealogy of Augusta County, Staunton, and Waynesboro, Virginia. The mission of the Augusta County Historical Society is to study, collect, preserve, publish, educate about, and promote the history of Augusta County and its communities. The society also strives to make the citizens of Augusta County aware of their heritage. The Society is located in a restored late 19th century railroad hotel known as the R. R. Smith Center for History and Art. http://www.augustacountyhs.org/
  13. The Historical Society Museum and Research Library is located in Warm Springs, Virginia next to the Bath County Courthouse. The Museum building was originally a law office which was moved from the original courthouse located at the current Warm Springs Inn. The items in the Museum have all been donated by friends of the Society who want to see Bath County history preserved for future generations. These artifacts are of interest to all those who visit, not only the local people, but visitors from all over the world. From antique side saddles, to period clothing, original historic photos, farm implements and tools, Civil War and Indian Artifacts, even a grand piano, there is something here to interest everyone. The Research Center and Library addition was completed in 1995 and contains a wealth of information for the researcher and genealogist. Included in the collection are materials and microfilm on Bath and Virginia history as well as information from West Virginia, Kentucky, Ohio and Tennessee. These along with family histories, both published and unpublished, have aided many visitors in their search for roots. http://www.bathcountyhistory.org/ View full record
  14. The Historical Society Museum and Research Library is located in Warm Springs, Virginia next to the Bath County Courthouse. The Museum building was originally a law office which was moved from the original courthouse located at the current Warm Springs Inn. The items in the Museum have all been donated by friends of the Society who want to see Bath County history preserved for future generations. These artifacts are of interest to all those who visit, not only the local people, but visitors from all over the world. From antique side saddles, to period clothing, original historic photos, farm implements and tools, Civil War and Indian Artifacts, even a grand piano, there is something here to interest everyone. The Research Center and Library addition was completed in 1995 and contains a wealth of information for the researcher and genealogist. Included in the collection are materials and microfilm on Bath and Virginia history as well as information from West Virginia, Kentucky, Ohio and Tennessee. These along with family histories, both published and unpublished, have aided many visitors in their search for roots. http://www.bathcountyhistory.org/
  15. Welcome The Museum showcases Bedford's history, including early Native American life through the War Between the States, and further into the Twentieth Century. The Mission of the Bedford Museum and Genealogical Library is to develop and maintain files for genealogical and historical research as well as collecting, preserving, and interpreting objects of historical significance to the Town of Bedford and Bedford County, Virginia. http://www.bedfordvamuseum.org/ View full record
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