Archive for “Historic Richmond Foundation”
Edwin Slipek writes about the new Church Hill: The St. John’s Church Historic District in this week’s Style: This is a must-have book for Richmonders who care about their city. The stewardship of the Historic Richmond Foundation (and the hundreds of folks who have painstakingly restored the area), John G. Zehmer’s scholarship and the talented [...]
Historic Richmond is throwing a party to celebrate their new book, Church Hill Old & Historic Districts.
Historic Richmond Foundation has organized a Boxwood Symposium on September 17 at 10AM at the Mews Garden (23rd and Broad street).
Join the Historic Richmond Foundation as they explore the life lived by Elizabeth Van Lew during the Civil War in a lecture with Dr. Elizabeth R. Varon, a professor at University of Virginia and author of the award winning book, Southern Lady, Yankee Spy: The True Story of Elizabeth Van Lew, A Union Agent in [...]
[...] we would like to invite you to the first screening of our living histories film, Preserving Richmond’s Past for its Future: The Story of Historic Richmond Foundation, on Thursday, October 28, 2010.
Historic Richmond Foundation has word that 401 North 27th Street is for sale: HRF staff has called Mr. Walter York, who owns the property; he is selling it on his own. He is asking $500,000. Clearly he has no intention of stabilization or lead paint abatement. Our staff has been in touch with code enforcement [...]
This house at 2902 East Leigh Street has made Historic Richmond Foundation’s Under the Radar, “a weekly update about properties and/or history in jeopardy”.
The latest entry in the Historic Richmond Foundation’s Under the Radar series on “properties and/or history in jeopardy” spotlights 1200 North 23rd Street.
The Historic Richmond Foundation’s Quoit Club has announced a walking tour and reception on Thursday, May 20 from 6-8:30PM: Celebrate Richmond’s riverfront and architectural heritage with a walking tour of historic Church Hill beginning at Libby Hill Park. From there, see the view that is thought to have inspired William Byrd II to name his [...]
The Historic Richmond Foundation is looking for a little gardening help: We are a local nonprofit that is looking for a caretaker of a lovely historic garden property that we own in the St. Johnâ€™s Church Historic District. We need someone who can spend one to two hours every morning, 5-6 days a week, walking [...]
The Historic Richmond Foundation’s Quoit Club is welcoming singer-songwriter Franklin Massie and Richmond’s own The Escorts for Motown at the Robinson, an evening of music at the recently restored Robinson Theater on Friday, August 14.