Virginia Historical Society

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Revision as of 23:19, 10 February 2012

United States of America
Virginia Historical Society
   Local History and Genealogy Reading Room

Contents



Contact Information

E-mail: 

Address:

Virginia Historical Society
428 North Boulevard
Richmond, Virginia 23220

Telephone: 804-358-4901
Fax:

Hours: Mon. to Sat. 10 a.m. to  5 p.m.

Public transportation, maps, and directions:

Wikipedia
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Internet sites and databases:

Collection Description

Tips

Guides

Alternate Repositories

If you cannot visit or find a record at the Virginia Historical Society, a similar record may be available at one of the following.

Similar Collections

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Neighboring Collections

  • Library of Virginia, digital sources, databases, vital, military, newspapers, periodicals, tax, history, land records.
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Sources


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