Maggie L. Walker – a mother, a leader, a civil rights activist, an entrepreneur, a Richmonder.
A Quick Look: For thirty-nine years, Edward V. Valentine created some of his most well-known sculptures in the carriage house turned studio at 809 East Leigh Street in Richmond.
Richmond Theater Fire in 1811 that killed 72 people including the governor of Virginia.
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Explore online resources related to the Valentine’s upcoming exhibition, Sculpting History at the Valentine Studio: Art, Power and the “Lost Cause” American Myth.
Presented by the Valentine, the only museum dedicated to sharing Richmond’s challenging history, Richmond Stories uses conversations with change-makers, advocates, leaders and residents to explore the past, present and future of this (very) complicated place we call home.