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Join us as we collaborate with Richmond Magazine, TMI Consulting Inc., the Future of Richmond's Past and local restaurants to offer our next series of "Community Conversations." Each month we will ...

Join us as we collaborate with Richmond Magazine, TMI Consulting Inc., the Future of Richmond's Past and local restaurants to offer our next series of "Community Conversations." Each month we will discuss a locale in the city spanning Shockoe Bottom to the Boulevard. This month’s conversation on the Riverfront Development will include Jack Cooksey, executive editor for Richmond Magazine and an avid user of the James River Park System’s running and biking trails, as the featured panelist.

This will be the fourth iteration of the "Community Conversations" series. The purpose of the series is to engage the community in a dialogue about the region’s past and how that past can positively shape our collective future. The more people that join in the conversation, the more productive our efforts become, and the easier it will be for everyone to see ourselves in the history of the region.

Free and open to the public.
For information, call (804) 649-0711 ext. 322

2014 Schedule
Shockoe Bottom's Future - January 7, 6-8pm at Arcadia
Monroe Park - February 4, 6-8pm at The Nile
Riverfront Development - March 4, 6-8pm at F.W. Sullivan's Canal Bar & Grill
Transportation on Broad Street - April 1, 6-8pm at Mama J's Kitchen
Up and Down the Boulevard - May 1, 6-8pm in the Claiborne Robertson Room at the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts

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  • 531.1.1 <br /> View of Richmond colored lithograph <br /> 1852 <br />
  • V.45.28.229a <br /> Richmond, VA and Its Vicinity engraving <br /> 1863 <br />
  • 51.46.4 <br /> Pontoon Bridge, Richmond. <br /> Richmond National Battlefield Park <br />
  • C.54.1.142 <br /> Dunlop Flour Mills; [from south end of Mayo Bridge] <br /> 1865 <br />
  • 52.1.41 <br /> Rocketts, <br /> 1865. <br /> Photographer: Matthew Brady <br /> Valentine Richmond History Center <br />
  • 47.7.61 <br /> Captured guns as Richmond Wharf <br /> National Archives <br />
  • V.94.42.89 <br /> Panoramic View of Richmond in Ruins <br /> "burnt district" of Richmond following the Civil War; the Virginia Manufactory of Arms and eastern most shed of Tredegar Iron Works are in the foreground; the James River in the background <br /> c.1865 <br />
  • X.51.1.88 <br /> James River and Kanawha Canal, <br /> c. 1880 <br /> Valentine Richmond History Center <br />
  • Cook 4547 <br /> Mayo’s Bridge <br /> 1890 <br />
  • Crystal Ice Company, 1891X.50.1.587Valentine Richmond History Center <br />
  • V.93.69 <br /> “Unidentified group” (people along riverbank on a “Richmond Sunday afternoon”) <br /> c.1895 <br />
  • V.93.90.54 <br /> Kanawha Canal and James River <br /> December 17, 1899 <br />
  • Richmond Cedar WorksX.50.1.567Valentine Richmond History Center <br />
  • Cook 4533 <br /> Old James River Free/9th Street Bridge <br /> 1910 <br />
  • L.69.51.8 <br /> Virginia Boat Club <br /> Valentine Richmond History Center <br />
  • Allen & Ginter Tobacco Company, 1911CC no numberCook collection, Valentine Richmond History Center <br />
  • P.74.43.01 <br /> Mayo/14th Street Bridge <br /> 1913 <br />
  • V.94.42.66 <br /> Train travelling along Manchester side of James River <br /> 1920 <br />
  • 45.15.817 <br /> The James River and Kanawha Canal, looking west from 7th Street. <br /> 1923 <br /> Palmer Gray Collection, Valentine Richmond History Center <br />
  • P.74.42.232 <br /> Standard Paper Manufacturing Company; East 1st Street and Hull Street <br /> 1925 <br />
  • CC 91 <br /> Allen & Ginter Building at 7th and Canal Streets <br /> Cook collection, Valentine Richmond History Center <br />
  • CC 4686 <br /> Old Dominion Ironworks <br /> Cook Collection, Valentine Richmond History Center <br />
  • no number <br /> Tredegar Rolling Mills, <br /> ca. WWI <br /> Valentine Richmond History Center <br />
  • V.86.153.994 <br /> Tobacco Row, c.1955 <br /> Valentine Richmond History Center <br />
  • V.86.220.2 <br /> Flooded street on East End <br /> Valentine Richmond History Center <br />
  • V.86.153.839.01 <br /> [Dixie-Portland Flour Mills Grain Elevator] <br /> c. 1955 <br />
  • P.72.40.1 <br /> June 1972 flood <br /> Valentine Richmond History Center <br />
  • V.85.37.2088 <br /> Floodwater covers warehouse area in downtown Richmond <br /> 1972 <br /> Richmond Times-Dispatch Collection <br />
  • V.85.37.2084 <br /> Cars passing through flooded Lombardy Street underpass, 1973 <br /> Richmond Times-Dispatch Collection, Valentine Richmond History Center <br />
  • V.85.37.1076 <br /> Downtown Richmond construction, <br /> 1974 <br /> Richmond Times-Dispatch Collection, Valentine Richmond History Center <br />
  • <br /> V.85.37.71 <br /> Federal Reserve Construction <br />
  • V.85.37.3530 <br /> Men Fish From Bank Of James River As Haze Lends Gray Texture To New Federal Reserve Building <br /> June 17, 1977 <br /> Richmond Times-Dispatch Photograph Collection <br />
  • V.85.37.3507 <br /> Tying Up the Boats <br /> August 5, 1977 <br /> Richmond Times-Dispatch Photograph Collection <br />
  • V.83.105.2 <br /> Site of The James Center, Excavation of canal boats <br /> August, 1983 <br /> photographer: Maurice Duke <br /> Valentine Richmond History Center <br />
  • V.88.68.21 <br /> U.S. white water rafting team practicing on the James <br /> c.1986 <br /> Richmond Times-Dispatch Collection <br /> Valentine Richmond History Center <br />
  • V.89.192.422 <br /> “A closer look” (boy looking at his brick installed along Canal Walk for Richmond Renaissance’s riverfront improvement project <br /> 1987 (September 10) <br />
  • V.89.192.278 <br /> “Bridge to the Past” <br /> 1988 (March 3) <br />
  • V.91.4.68 <br /> New 9th Street/Manchester Bridge <br /> November 8, 1988 <br />
  • V.91.04.72 <br /> “Pedestrian Bridge to Brown’s Island” <br /> 1989 (January 10) <br />
  • V.91.04.2043 <br /> Couple watches flooded James River from Brown&apos;s Island, 1989 <br /> Richmond Times-Dispatch Collection, Valentine Richmond History Center <br />
  • Hollywood Cemetery from river <br /> 2010 <br />
  • http://www.flickr.com/photos/valentinerhc/8637809993/in/set-72157633212388095 <br />
  • http://rvanews.com/features/raising-richmond-you-your-kids-and-the-richmond-folk-festival <br />
  • Haxall Point <br /> http://www.rent.com/virginia/richmond-apartments/riverside-on-the-james-4-6671770 <br />
  • http://www.ha-inc.com/portfolio/portfolio/community-design-planning/village-rocketts-landing/# <br />

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