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Alexander-Withrow House, 2 North Main Street, Lexington, Lexington, VA

Alexander-Withrow House, 2 North Main Street, Lexington, Lexington, VA

Significance: Built in 1789, this is believed to be the only house in the area not destroyed by the great fire of 1796. The tradition that the town's first post office, bank (of which Stonewall Jackson was a d... more

Alexander-Withrow House, 2 North Main Street, Lexington, Lexington, VA

Alexander-Withrow House, 2 North Main Street, Lexington, Lexington, VA

Significance: Built in 1789, this is believed to be the only house in the area not destroyed by the great fire of 1796. The tradition that the town's first post office, bank (of which Stonewall Jackson was a d... more

Alexander-Withrow House, 2 North Main Street, Lexington, Lexington, VA

Alexander-Withrow House, 2 North Main Street, Lexington, Lexington, VA

Significance: Built in 1789, this is believed to be the only house in the area not destroyed by the great fire of 1796. The tradition that the town's first post office, bank (of which Stonewall Jackson was a d... more

Alexander-Withrow House, 2 North Main Street, Lexington, Lexington, VA

Alexander-Withrow House, 2 North Main Street, Lexington, Lexington, VA

Significance: Built in 1789, this is believed to be the only house in the area not destroyed by the great fire of 1796. The tradition that the town's first post office, bank (of which Stonewall Jackson was a d... more

Alexander-Withrow House, 2 North Main Street, Lexington, Lexington, VA

Alexander-Withrow House, 2 North Main Street, Lexington, Lexington, VA

Significance: Built in 1789, this is believed to be the only house in the area not destroyed by the great fire of 1796. The tradition that the town's first post office, bank (of which Stonewall Jackson was a d... more

Alexander-Withrow House, 2 North Main Street, Lexington, Lexington, VA

Alexander-Withrow House, 2 North Main Street, Lexington, Lexington, VA

Significance: Built in 1789, this is believed to be the only house in the area not destroyed by the great fire of 1796. The tradition that the town's first post office, bank (of which Stonewall Jackson was a d... more

Alexander-Withrow House, 2 North Main Street, Lexington, Lexington, VA

Alexander-Withrow House, 2 North Main Street, Lexington, Lexington, VA

Significance: Built in 1789, this is believed to be the only house in the area not destroyed by the great fire of 1796. The tradition that the town's first post office, bank (of which Stonewall Jackson was a d... more

Alexander-Withrow House, 2 North Main Street, Lexington, Lexington, VA

Alexander-Withrow House, 2 North Main Street, Lexington, Lexington, VA

Significance: Built in 1789, this is believed to be the only house in the area not destroyed by the great fire of 1796. The tradition that the town's first post office, bank (of which Stonewall Jackson was a d... more

Alexander-Withrow House, 2 North Main Street, Lexington, Lexington, VA

Alexander-Withrow House, 2 North Main Street, Lexington, Lexington, VA

Significance: Built in 1789, this is believed to be the only house in the area not destroyed by the great fire of 1796. The tradition that the town's first post office, bank (of which Stonewall Jackson was a d... more

Alexander-Withrow House, 2 North Main Street, Lexington, Lexington, VA

Alexander-Withrow House, 2 North Main Street, Lexington, Lexington, VA

Significance: Built in 1789, this is believed to be the only house in the area not destroyed by the great fire of 1796. The tradition that the town's first post office, bank (of which Stonewall Jackson was a d... more

Alexander-Withrow House, 2 North Main Street, Lexington, Lexington, VA

Alexander-Withrow House, 2 North Main Street, Lexington, Lexington, VA

Significance: Built in 1789, this is believed to be the only house in the area not destroyed by the great fire of 1796. The tradition that the town's first post office, bank (of which Stonewall Jackson was a d... more

Alexander-Withrow House, 2 North Main Street, Lexington, Lexington, VA

Alexander-Withrow House, 2 North Main Street, Lexington, Lexington, VA

Significance: Built in 1789, this is believed to be the only house in the area not destroyed by the great fire of 1796. The tradition that the town's first post office, bank (of which Stonewall Jackson was a d... more

Alexander-Withrow House, 2 North Main Street, Lexington, Lexington, VA

Alexander-Withrow House, 2 North Main Street, Lexington, Lexington, VA

Significance: Built in 1789, this is believed to be the only house in the area not destroyed by the great fire of 1796. The tradition that the town's first post office, bank (of which Stonewall Jackson was a d... more

Alexander-Withrow House, 2 North Main Street, Lexington, Lexington, VA

Alexander-Withrow House, 2 North Main Street, Lexington, Lexington, VA

Significance: Built in 1789, this is believed to be the only house in the area not destroyed by the great fire of 1796. The tradition that the town's first post office, bank (of which Stonewall Jackson was a d... more

Alexander-Withrow House, 2 North Main Street, Lexington, Lexington, VA

Alexander-Withrow House, 2 North Main Street, Lexington, Lexington, VA

Significance: Built in 1789, this is believed to be the only house in the area not destroyed by the great fire of 1796. The tradition that the town's first post office, bank (of which Stonewall Jackson was a d... more

Alexander-Withrow House, 2 North Main Street, Lexington, Lexington, VA

Alexander-Withrow House, 2 North Main Street, Lexington, Lexington, VA

Significance: Built in 1789, this is believed to be the only house in the area not destroyed by the great fire of 1796. The tradition that the town's first post office, bank (of which Stonewall Jackson was a d... more

Alexander-Withrow House, 2 North Main Street, Lexington, Lexington, VA

Alexander-Withrow House, 2 North Main Street, Lexington, Lexington, VA

Significance: Built in 1789, this is believed to be the only house in the area not destroyed by the great fire of 1796. The tradition that the town's first post office, bank (of which Stonewall Jackson was a d... more