A brief look at one of the defining and unique features of the architectural history of Lynchburg. In June of 1969, the Virginia Greenstone Corporation shuttered its doors and thus ended the quarrying and use of this unique and beautiful building material. Although forms of greenstone are found in other locations, none with characteristics and […]
Historic Miller-Claytor House, Lynchburg’s only remaining 18th Century home, will soon be COOL!! Thanks to the Andrew Horsley Easley and Anne Owen Easley Charitable Trust for their generous grant and along with 2 other members we will soon be installing air conditioning at Historic Miller-Claytor. We received approval from the Historic Preservation Commission (HPC) and […]
In August 2019, restoration will begin on the facade of this historic treasure, The Bragassa Toy Store, home of the Lynchburg Historical Foundation. Thanks to support from the Sackett-Graves Fund, The Greater Lynchburg Community Foundation, LHF Members and our Community.
Attention Members: We are getting things lined up for our Fall 2019 events. We need everyone’s help to make them all a huge success. The upcoming events are listed below. If interested in volunteering, or have questions, call our office at 434-528-5353 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org • Afternoon with Stanhope• Ghosts of Historic Lynchburg Walking Tour• […]