Tazewell Hall late 1920s, John Randolph Jr.'s home.

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Tazewell Hall late 1920s, John Randolph Jr.'s home.

Subject

Tazewell Hall late 1920s, John Randolph Jr.'s home.

Description

Photo of late 1920s Tazewell Hall, John Randolph Jr.'s home. Photo was taken after the house was auctioned off after Randolph emigrated. Purchased by Tazewell, the house had the 2nd story added by Tazewell, drastically altering the Palladio style that Randolph had built.

Creator

From a postcard printed by the Albertyne Co., Brooklyn NY.

Source

Williamsburg.kspot.org

Publisher

Williamsburg.kspot.org

Date

Photo was taken in "late 1920s" per williamsburg.kspot.org.

Contributor

Roxana Schoen

Format

Postcard

Language

English

Type

Postcard

Identifier

http://williamsburg.kspot.org/houses/houses10.htm

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Tazewell Hall, c. late 1920s. Tazewell Hall stood astride the modern South
England Street until about 1906, when it was moved to one side of the street.
It was dismantled and moved to Newport News, where it still stands on
Riverside Drive.

Original Format

Postcard

Files

TurnOfCentury_TazewellHall.jpg

Citation

From a postcard printed by the Albertyne Co., Brooklyn NY., “Tazewell Hall late 1920s, John Randolph Jr.'s home.,” Mason's Legacies, accessed November 27, 2021, https://masonslegacies.org/items/show/205.

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