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Tonight's #ThrowbackThursday post offers another helping of seasonal nostalgia. This photo of CW employees hanging decorations in the Historic Area dates back to 1949! Check our Facebook for even more photographs from holidays of yore. • Source: Special Collections, John D. Rockefeller Jr. Library • • #colonialwilliamsburg #historicarea #dukeofgloucesterstreet #dogstreet #williamsburgva #williamsburgfamilies #holiday #holidaydecorations #christmas #throwback #throwbackthursday #vintagephoto

Tonight's #ThrowbackThursday post offers another helping of seasonal nostalgia. This photo of CW employees hanging decorations in the Historic Area dates back to 1949! Check our Facebook for even more photographs from holidays of yore. • Source: Special Collections, John D. Rockefeller Jr. Library • • #colonialwilliamsburg #historicarea #dukeofgloucesterstreet #dogstreet #williamsburgva #williamsburgfamilies #holiday #holidaydecorations #christmas #throwback #throwbackthursday #vintagephoto

Colonial Williamsburg garden shed

Colonial Williamsburg garden shed. I'm not quite sure why the roof is so peaked. Possibly for hanging meat?

Williamsburg Style - you know I love it - Vintage American Home

Williamsburg Style - you know I love it

Colonial Williamsburg, Vacations, Holidays, Vacation, Travel

Early morning commute. #colonialwilliamsburg #dukeofgloucesterstreet #LoveVA #itsofftoworkigo #visitwilliamsburg

Early morning commute. #colonialwilliamsburg #dukeofgloucesterstreet #LoveVA #itsofftoworkigo #visitwilliamsburg

#CWSheepWeek isn't for a few months...but when isn't a good time for a cute lamb picture? • #regram: @lauriematthews: "December Reflections Day 12: precious #decemberreflections • • #colonialwilliamsburg #leicesterlongwool #sheep #sheepweek #CWsheepweek

but when isn't a good time for a cute lamb picture?

Elizabeth Carlos House Garden. Garden & well with spring flowers next to Campbell's Tavern, Colonial Williamsburg, Williamsburg Virginia. Ph...

Garden & well with spring flowers next to Campbell's Tavern, Colonial Williamsburg, Williamsburg Virginia.

#TBT: 65 years ago this month, the Brush-Everard House, built 1717, opened for guided tours. The interpretation of the home on Palace Green, built in 1717, represented a step forward for talking about the lives of Williamsburg residents beyond the elite political class. The site was envisioned as a more modest household that many visitors could personally relate to. • The Brush-Everard House was the 8th exhibition site for Colonial Williamsburg, following the Raleigh Tavern, the Capitol…

#TBT: 65 years ago this month, the Brush-Everard House, built 1717, opened for guided tours. The interpretation of the home on Palace Green, built in 1717, represented a step forward for talking about the lives of Williamsburg residents beyond the elite political class. The site was envisioned as a more modest household that many visitors could personally relate to. • The Brush-Everard House was the 8th exhibition site for Colonial Williamsburg, following the Raleigh Tavern, the Capitol…

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