Department of Historic Resources presentation on cemetery conservation at cemetery workshop.
Discussion of cemetery and burial laws at cemetery workshop.
Participants in May 12 cemetery workshop pay site visit to Stonewall Jackon Memorial Cemetery.
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HLF President Suzanne Rice opening the meeting.
HLF President Suzanne Rice presenting The Architecture of Historic Rockbridge to Palmer Trustee Marty Rockett.
Rev. Horace Douty delivering his lecture on the history of the Palmer School.
Executive Director Don Hasfurther recounting the accomplishments of the past year as well as the current cemeteries project.
HLF President Suzanne Rice, Dee Joyce-Hayes, Skip Ravenhorst, and Seth Goodhart and Founders' Award for Beechenbrook Chapel.
Rev. Horace Douty enjoying the reception with other guests.
Guests enjoying the reception with the Palmer School in the background.
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Rosewald poster outside historic Lylburn Downing school.
Gillie Campbell, Suzanne Rice, Nelle and Jim Busch (left to right)
Beverly Tucker and Rosa Wiggins
ernestine and Al Hockady
Lylburn Downing graduates visit memorabilia room at Lylburn Downing.
Preservation Virginia CEO Elizabeth Kostelny (center) with Julie and Peter Grover.
Preservation Virginia President Patti Loughridge (far left) with Mary Newman, Kay Lera, and Julie Grover.
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Harry Warner addresses visitors to Cabell Gallery in celebration of installation of HLF historic marker on the building's facade.
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Bruce Macdonald and Peter Grover at HLF booth.
HLF Secretary Dee Joyce-Hayes greets visitors to HLF booth.
HLF booth promotes The Architecture of Historic Rockbridge.
HLF President Suzanne Rice and Executive Director Don Hasfurther with Mr. and Mrs. Jay Crawford.
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Rev. Ken Chorle greets visitors to Falling Spring Presbyterian Church.
Tour participants view grave of "Soldier John" Grigsby at Falling Spring Presbyterian cemetery.
Visitors to Cedar Hill Baptist Church
Visitors to Cedar Hill Baptist Church.
Rev. Horace Douty discusses history of Oxford Presbyterian Church.
Rev. Jim Bollinger (left) welcomes visitors to Collierstown Methodist Church.
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