Richmond, capital of Virginia; approaches to its history
Note: 39033252 by various hands. "Of this edition...six hundred and fifty copies have been printed." "Projected by the Virginia capital bicentennial commission, as an official history of the city."--p. vii.d Introduction, by A. W. Weddell.--Preface, by H. J. Eckenrode, advisory editor.--Origins, by Virginius Dabney,--Growth and development. by R. E. Flannagan.--The life of the town, by Lewis Mattison.--Industry and trade, by J. M. Bridges.--The church, by Rev. G. M. Brydon.--Politics and government, by Dr. R. I. Morton.--Authors, books, and imprints, by Dr. J. C. Metcalf.--The newspaper, by H. T. Ezekiel.--Art and architecture, by Julia Sully.--Music and the theatre, by Nadine W. Ward.--Education, by Dr. F. W. Boatwright.--Medicine, by Dr. W. H. Blanton.--Money and banking, by M. E. Bristow.--Travel and communications, by J. B. Mordecat.--Military organizations, by Col. J. A. Cutchins.--Appendix--Tables of population, wages and production.--Bibliography (p. -330).--Notes on contributors.
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