Please join us for the Fourth Annual “Rappahannock Repast” at The Pump House, 301 Sophia Street, Fredericksburg, Virginia. Local seafood at it’s best! Open bar, music and lots of great food. Enjoy the scenery of the Rappahannock River and get a tour of the historic pump house. All proceeds go … Continue reading
From Sulgrave Manor to Ferry Farm How did the descendant of a Royalist family end up defying his King and leading a new nation? The English Civil War left the Washingtons looking for new opportunities, but it didn’t work out as planned–at least not at first. Shipwrecked and in debt, … Continue reading
Unidentified photo from the research of the history of Hartwood Presbyterian Church Collection.
Central Rappahannock Heritage Center You all are awesome!! Thank you so much for identifying this one. Wonder if there are any photos of the house before it started falling apart. Have another photo to post tomorrow that maybe you can identify!
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The CRHC "Rappahannock Repast" is this Sunday! Enjoy great food, music, open bar and the beauty of the Rappahannock River. Call the Center at 540-373-3704 or e-mail email@example.com for ticket information. All proceeds help the CRHC archive and preserve historical photographs and documents from the Central Rappahannock Region. If you cannot attend, please consider making a donation. We are a nonprofit all volunteer organization and we depend on your support! Donations can be made at: http://crhcarchives.org/donate/
Did you know that one of the first collections the Center had was the family papers of Frank Stearns, a local builder who designed many Fredericksburg buildings, including homes on Washington Avenue? #FXBG