Hidden In Plain Sight: The Richmond History Center.

Mrs. Astor’s Court Dress

J Stewart Bryan‘s famous newsprint dinner jacket. He is a permanent member of the Best Dressed list.

(A Fortuny gown.)

Sometimes I am amazed by what is right here in my proverbial backyard. In this same attic, I saw Robert E. Lee’s riding boots and George Washington’s walking stick. The next time you’re in Richmond, stop by The Valentine Richmond History Center. If only for one of the most beautiful staircases in the United States. And remember, membership has its privileges. We’re in for a real gala in the near future.

(Wickham House)

Many thanks to Director of Development Ty Toepke and Collections Curator Jackie Mullins for allowing me to take up far too much of their time just hours before”I am well and war is Hell” was to begin.

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