Seatack Historic District

Seatack is a historic African American neighborhood in Virginia Beach, located just over a mile west of the Atlantic oceanfront. The Seatack Historic District is focused around Birdneck Road and […]

Carver-Price School

Located in the Town of Appomattox, the Carver-Price School comprises a one-story, brick Rosenwald school constructed c. 1930, with substantial additions in 1951 and 1964, as well as several secondary […]

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 […]

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 […]

Gwynn’s Island Historic District

The Gwynn’s Island Historic District encompasses approximately 1,425 acres at the northern tip of Mathews County. The Gwynn’s Island Historic District maintains ties to its 380-year heritage of farming and […]

Samuel D. Outlaw Blacksmith Shop

The Samuel D. Outlaw Blacksmith Shop is located in the Accomack County town of Onancock, and is listed under the African American Watermen of the Virginia Chesapeake Bay MPD. The […]

Keysville Historic District

The Keysville Historic District is located in the northeastern corner of Charlotte County, in the rural central piedmont region of Virginia. Geographically, the district encompasses a significant portion of the […]

Julius Rosenwald High School

The Julius Rosenwald High School, originally known as the Northumberland County Training School, was one of only seven two-story schools in Virginia constructed utilizing Tuskegee Institute designs for buildings that […]

Jarratt House

The Jarratt House in the City of Petersburg, is located within the Pocahontas Island Historic District, a community located on the north side of the Appomattox River. Built circa 1820 […]