How many emails, images, videos, and general office files do you think you might create in four years? If you are the Governor of Virginia, it is sure to be a large number. In January 2010, the Library of Virginia received one terabyte of electronic records from the administration of Governor Timothy M. Kaine (2006-2010) […]
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Learn about photography and the Richmond streetcar system on Tuesday, July 16 at the Library of Virginia. At Noon, Kitty Snow will discuss her book From a Richmond Streetcar: Life Through the Lens of Harris Stilson.
On Monday, June 10, the Library of Virginia will open two new exhibitions relating to photography in Virginia. Both exhibitions are free to view.
On Saturday, May 18, the free exhibition You Have No Right: Law and Justice will close at the Library of Virginia. From the Library of Virginia: Using Virginia cases—and the stories of the people behind them—You Have No Right: Law and Justice will demonstrate how the law affects individuals directly and how people have used […]
The Library of Virginia has two great talks lined up for next week.
A Woman’s Place Is in . . . the Voting Booth!: A History of the Woman Suffrage Movement At Noon on Wednesday, October 3, visit the Library of Virginia for a unique event featuring costumed interpreters discussing the suffrage movement. From the Library of Virginia: The Library of Virginia, Maymont Foundation, and the League of […]
On September 21 at 5:30 p.m., A.E. Dick Howard will lead a discussion at the Library of Virginia tracing the evolution of Virginia’s constitution. Howard will be joined by Virginia Supreme Court Senior Justice Elizabeth B.”Liz” Lacy and H. Lane Kneedler. From the Library of Virginia: A. E. Dick Howard is the go-to person on […]
ALL EVENTS TAKE PLACE FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 7, unless noted Saint Paul’s Episcopal Church at Capitol Square Jazz and More! New Orleans style jazz by The Doctors of Jazz on the Portico. Plus, GrowRVA trucks will rally on Grace between 8th and 9th streets! View art by The James River Art League in the Parish Hall. […]
Lost and Found, a temporary exhibition at the Library of Virginia closes Saturday, August 25. What do you collect and value? Lost and Found examines the constantly changing fabric of our world. Things disappear from our cultural landscape, sometimes almost without notice—signs, buildings, even towns—and others go into attics, basements, and landfills. Some are saved […]
Time Tuesday, May 17 · 12:00pm - 1:00pm Location Library of Virginia Conference Rooms 800 East Broad Street Richmond, Virginia Created By The Virginia Shop More Info Lost Communities of Virginia Tuesday, May 17, 2011 Time: Noon–1:00 PM Place: Conference Rooms