Sammynick, on Ashland Avenue in the Town of Bedford, is a story-and-a-half Colonial Revival-style residence built in 1961-1962. Composed as a center section flanked by slightly lower west and east […]

Hart Motor Company

Located in the city of Salem, the Hart Motor Company dealership comprises an automobile showroom and a service department station connected by a metal canopy. Designed by the locally based […]

William R. McKenney Memorial Building

The William R. McKenney Memorial Building is located on at the corner of South Sycamore and Marshall streets in the Poplar Lawn Historic District in the City of Petersburg. The […]

Pilot School

Pilot School, in the Little River area of Montgomery County, provided free education to local White students from its construction in 1921 through 1963 as part of Virginia’s public school […]

Granby Street Suburban Institutional Corridor

Encompassing approximately 60 acres just outside of downtown Norfolk, the Granby Street Suburban Institutional Corridor historic district is home to some of the city’s most impressive institutional architecture designed by […]

Cape Charles Rosenwald School

The Cape Charles Rosenwald School in Northampton County was one of thousands of schools constructed using Rosenwald Funds for African American students in the South during the Jim Crow era […]

Elkton Historic District

Located in the mountain town of Elkton in Rockingham County, near the heart of the Shenandoah Valley, the Elkton Historic District originally began ca. 1816 as a small crossroads community […]

Long Meadow

Constructed in ca. 1815, Long Meadow in southeast Augusta County sits on a promontory facing the Blue Ridge Mountains. Representative of 19th-century plantations in Augusta County and elsewhere in the […]


The estate of Eyreville, located on the Eastern Shore county of Northampton, sits on a flat neck of land that extends into Cherrystone Inlet, which opens onto the Chesapeake Bay. […]