Archive for “Susan Carter Williams Memorial Seminar”
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).
ACORN‘s 5th Annual Susan Carter Williams Memorial Seminar, Researching the History of Your House, this morning at the Library of Virginia included the presentations Architectural Eras, Styles and House Types by Kim Chen , Your Historic Property: Detective Work at the Library of Virginia by Vince Brooks, Resources available at your Main Public Library by […]
ACORN, in partnership with the Library of Virginia, will present Uncovering the History of Your House, a Seminar in Researching the History of Homes on Saturday January 26th, from 9AM to 12:30PM at the Library of Virginia (800 E. Broad Street).
ACORN‘s third annual Susan Carter Williams Memorial Seminar, City Gardens: Possibilities for Urban Living, will be offered Saturday, February 11, 2006, 9:00am-12:30pm at the Library of Virginia.
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.