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Bryan
Bryan
8 years ago

Wow – great picture! One of the few “before and afters” where the modern day shot actually looks a bit better! FYI, there’s also a great picture of the old Bellevue School in the first Church Hill book published by HRF; the building actually was three stories tall and had a 5-story tower.

Vintage Richmond
Vintage Richmond
8 years ago

Thanks for this! It looks like the Bellevue School has a lot more than just a second floor in the top pic.

Eric Huffstutler
Eric Huffstutler
7 years ago

Does anyone have a photo of the block between 24th and 25th on E. Broad where the small park is now across from St. John’s Church – prior to the buildings being torn down there?

Eric Huffstutler
Eric Huffstutler
7 years ago

Good picture. Too bad it doesn’t show the Broad Street side storefronts. I am interested in the tall one with the older front. I also seem to recall there was a gas station on that block at one point in the 1930s? Could be wrong. This picture is at least 1959, the newest car in the photo.

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