Thursday, January 11, 2007


Marchant house c.1850, keystone of the residential Woolen Mills village
Wrapping up a recon-level survey of the Woolen Mills village. Heart felt thanks to officials from the City of Charlottesville, County of Albemarle and the Virginia Department of Historic Resources for their hard work making this happen. Thanks to the residents of the Woolen Mills for the warm welcome they showed the survey teams. Thanks to UVA architecture students who participated!



Blogger electrocow said...

Congrats, Bill - this is really a great thing. I'm not even sure the rest of the city realizes it yet but they will. When downtown has been nearly completely rezoned and razed for commercial buildings and apartments Woolen Mills will stand in testament to the history of this city. I live on Riverside on the other side of the cemetary. I have never been so proud to say I live in a neighborhood as I am to live in Woolen Mills.


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