Archive for “Kollatz”
The Glory That Is Greek Revival/And The Majesty of Queen Anne: Early Houses of Shockoe Valley (And Who Was Jane Stanard, Anyway?)
Author and Richmond Magazine columnist, Harry Kollatz Jr. will speak about The Glory That Is Greek Revival/And The Majesty of Queen Anne: Early Houses of Shockoe Valley (And Who Was Jane Stanard, Anyway?) on Jan. 9, 1 pm at the historic Adam Craig House, 1812 E. Grace St.
The Alliance to Conserve Old Richmond Neighborhoods presents the 6th Annual Susan Carter Williams Memorial Seminar, Historic Fulton: Past, Present & Future on May 15, 2010 from 11AM-2PM at the Richmond Public Library Main Branch (101 East Franklin Street).
The Valentine Richmond History Center will be hosting a Valentine’s Day Bus Tour & Cocktails on February 14th, from 3-6PM: History mingles with a touch of romance on this two-hour bus tour led by Harry Kollatz, Jr., followed by cocktails and hors-d’oeuvres at Patrick Henry’s Pub & Grille. More details. Reserve your seat today: (804) [...]
Just in time for the holidays, a write-up of some great books about Richmond and/or specific neighborhoods or other areas. Stop by Fountain Bookstore or Black Swan and see if you can pick up a copy in person or hit the links below to order online.
ACORN held a seminar, Richmond’s Disappearing History, yesterday at the the Library of Virginia. The 3 hour seminar covered interesting Richmond buildings that have been lost, buildings that are now in danger of being torn down, why these buildings matter, and some of how the city approaches vacant and decrepit building stock.