Lawrenceville Historic District

Lawrenceville Historic District includes most of the town that has developed around the Brunswick County seat established in 1814. Much of that growth was directly related to the coming of […]

Johnsville Meetinghouse

Johnsville Meetinghouse is a simple frame, five-bay, one-story house of worship set on a stone foundation that encloses a basement with a massive gable-end fireplace and hearth used for cooking […]

New Prospect Church

New Prospect Church is in the Blue Ridge Mountains on a one-acre parcel near the Peaks of Otter in Bedford County. In 1880, local residents built this vernacular, Greek Revival-style, […]

The Coliseum (Duplex Envelope Company Building)

The Coliseum (Duplex Envelope Company Building), located on the south side of the 1300 block of West Broad Street in the city of Richmond, is a massive, red-brick, three-story, mixed-use […]

Bethel Baptist Church

Bethel Baptist Church, built in 1894, is a Gothic Revival brick building with decorative buttresses defining each bay. The Chesterfield County building features a steep, slate-covered gable roof. Many founding […]

Mount Zion Old School Baptist Church

Mount Zion Old School Baptist Church was built in 1851 for an Old School Primitive Baptist congregation in Loudoun County. The church symbolizes important Baptist religious history, specifically the evolution […]

Holbrook-Ross Street Historic District

Holbrook-Ross Street Historic District is significant for its evolution into a distinctive African American neighborhood in the late 19th and early 20th centuries. Architecturally, the 116 buildings in the 200-400 […]

Lomax African Methodist Episcopal Zion Church

Located on 24th Road South, the Lomax African Methodist Episcopal Church, constructed in 1922, is the oldest extant African American church in Arlington County. Known first as Wesley Zion Church […]

Thomas Methodist Episcopal Chapel

Associated with the Virginia Conference of the Methodist Episcopal Church, the Thomas Methodist Episcopal Chapel is a rare surviving example of a formally designed, small, temple-form church. Prominent rural Bedford […]

Mason-Tillett House

The Mason-Tillett House, or Rock Hill, as it came to be known in the late-20th-century, is significant as a late-18th-century dwelling with an exceptional surviving interior, grained and marbleized woodwork, […]