Home of Chief Justice Marshall, 9th and Marshall Streets, Richmond, Va.
|Title:||Card Title: Home of Chief Justice Marshall, 9th and Marshall Streets, Richmond, Va.|
James Branch Cabell Library. Special Collections and Archives, contributor
VCU Libraries, publisher
Southern Bargain House, Richmond, Va., printer
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File Number: post592.jpg (file number)
CONTENTdm ID: postcard/id/565 (CONTENTdm ID)
Card Text: Situated on the N.W. corner of 9th & Marshall Streets, in the same square with the new 'John Marshall High School.' It was built by Chief Justice (then General) Marshall and occupied by him from 1795 until his death in 1835. Though the spacious grounds which once surrounded it have been greatly reduced in area, the residence itself is unchanged, except for the inroads made upon it by the 'corroding tooth of time.' No more venerable and historic relic, of such general interest to all Americans, is to be found in the South.
Beautiful and Historical Richmond, Va. Series No. 9-D;
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.|