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The grammar school and guild chapel, Stratford

The grammar school and guild chapel, Stratford

School which William Shakespeare attended. Copyright by A.W. Elson & Co., Boston.

Stratford on Avon.

Stratford on Avon.

Bird's-eye view showing Shakespearean landmarks and other points of interest. Xerographic copy. Includes index to points of interest, ill. of Shakespeare, extensive ill. of literary and related landmarks, and c... more

Stratford Hall, Stratford, Westmoreland County, Virginia

Stratford Hall, Stratford, Westmoreland County, Virginia

Title from photographer's inventory. Building/structure dates: ca. 1725. Ancestral home of the Lees. Corresponding reference print in LOT 11841-97. Original film negative deteriorated. Digital file made from th... more

["Stratford Hall," 786 Great House Road, Stratford, Westmoreland County, Virginia. South entrance]

["Stratford Hall," 786 Great House Road, Stratford, Westmoreland Count...

Site History. House Architecture: Unknown architect, built 1730s. Other: Birthplace of Robert E. Lee. Today: House preserved as historic site by the Robert E. Lee Memorial Association, which purchased the prope... more

["Stratford Hall," 786 Great House Road, Stratford, Westmoreland County, Virginia. East entrance]

["Stratford Hall," 786 Great House Road, Stratford, Westmoreland Count...

Site History. House Architecture: Unknown architect, built 1730s. Other: Birthplace of Robert E. Lee. Today: House preserved as historic site by the Robert E. Lee Memorial Association, which purchased the prope... more

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