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UC 12 Magnolia

FILES

UC 12 Magnolia.jpg

Dublin Core

Title

UC 12 Magnolia

Description

Unidentified individuals with a carriage in front of Magnolia. Magnolia was located at the corner of Orange Avenue and Williamson Road,. Built in 1837 by Zachariah Robinson as a tavern, Magnolia was a popular stop for stagecoach traffic until 1850 when rail became the primary means of long distance travel. Dr. Henry C. Hart purchased Magnolia in 1876. He ran a hydrotherapy clinic in the house for many years. Magnolia was razed in 1974.

Publisher

Roanoke Public Libraries

Date

Circa 1890

Rights

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Format

negative

Type

Still Image

Identifier

UC12

Still Image Item Type Metadata

Original Format

Negative

Collection

Citation

“UC 12 Magnolia,” Virginia Room Digital Collection, accessed September 22, 2020, http://www.virginiaroom.org/digital/document/UC12.