Gamble's Hill Monument, (South Third St.), Richmond, Va.
|Title:||Card Title: Gamble's Hill Monument, (South Third St.), Richmond, Va.|
James Branch Cabell Library. Special Collections and Archives, contributor
VCU Libraries, publisher
Southern Bargain House, Richmond, Va., printer
|Type of Resource:||still image|
|Other Date:||No published or copyright date listed on postcard.|
File Number: post451.jpg (file number)
CONTENTdm ID: postcard/id/261 (CONTENTdm ID)
Card Text: Boulder Monument erected by the Assn. for the Preservation of Va. Antiquities in commemoration of the first visit of men of the Anglo-Saxon race, to the present site of Richmond. Here it was that Captain John Smith and a party of hardy adventurers, while on an expedition up the river from Jamestown, on June 10th, 1607, erected a cross and claimed the river and adjacent lands in the name of His Majesty James I of England.
Beautiful and Historical Richmond, Va. Series [illegible no.]
Postmarked: Not postmarked.
Geographic Coverage: Richmond (Va.)
Historic buildings -- Virginia -- Richmond
Richmond (Va.) -- History -- 20th century
Richmond (Va.) -- Pictorial works
Richmond (Va.) -- Postcards
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|Is Part Of:||Collection: Rarely Seen Richmond: Early twentieth century Richmond as seen through vintage postcards.|