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Our Latest Blog Post: The Stonewall Brigade Band. Our exhibit in our rotating gallery of the Stonewall Brigade Band recently came to an end. In case you were not able to see the exhibit, we included an article on our blog.
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Market day. This photo is undated.
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Main Street circa 1880 and 2015.
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Mary Plumb in front of what is now the Plumb House Museum circa 1870. Built between 1802 and 1804, the Plumb House is the oldest wood-framed building still standing in Waynesboro.
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Did you catch the airing of the Prisoner of War Camp in Lyndhurst documentary on PBS station WVPT last night? If you missed it, or would like to watch it again, just follow this link and you can watch it online.
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Our Latest Blog Post: President Andrew Jackson and Major Wilson's Inn.
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We are sad to learn of the passing of George R. Hawke last night. He was 93. George was the author of the two volume set "History of Waynesboro, Virginia." His dedication to the history of Waynesboro will leave a legacy for him at the Waynesboro Heritage Foundation and he will sorely missed.
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The Mountain Top Inn at the top of Afton Mountain before the current buildings were erected. Being built around 200 years ago, it is said Thomas Jefferson himself slept there.
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