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Come Discover our History and Heritage
Programs and Events
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Exhibits
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The Albemarle Charlottesville Historical Society welcomes you to their website.

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Current Exhibit: A Sunny Southerner: The Life and Writings of Julia Magruder
Current Exhibit: Queen Charlotte
Archived Exhibit: Charlottesville's Business Pioneers
Archived Exhibit: Charlottesville Maps
Archived Exhibit: Charlottesville Mosaic: A City of Neighbohoods
Archived Exhibit: The Wealth of Theaters
Archived Exhibit: The City's Public Schools
Archived Exhibit: Charlottesville's Streetcar Railways
Archived Exhibit: More than a Roof- Charlottesville Residential

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The Albemarle Charlottesville Historical Society is a private, non-profit educational organization (I.R.S. 501 (c) 3). The Society is a membership organization, open to all, and receives no continuing operating support from federal, state or local governments. We operate thanks to membership fees, gifts and donations, and grants from private foundations. More About Us .
Education and Enjoyment at Family Fun Day Event!
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Michie Tavern Downtown Mile
Date: July 24th, 2013, 5:00 pm - 9:00 pm
1857 Memorial Fund Award
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Moore Fund Award
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...And the Rest Is History!
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Virginia Women in History
Date: July 2013
Court Square Walking Tours
Date: Thursday Evenings at 5:30 pm and Saturday Mornings at 10 am
Walking Tour Surveys
Date: Now Available

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Kids of all ages learned about Charlottesville and Albemarle County history at this fun-filled afternoon event! Learn More
Date: July 24th, 2013, 5:00 pm - 9:00 pm
The first Michie Tavern Downtown Mile will be held on Wednesday, July 24th ! You don't want to miss this great event to benefit the Society! Learn More
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An award of up to $500 for an outstanding student or faculty essay on the history of the Albemarle and Charlottesville region. Follow this link to fill out your Application for the 1857 Memorial Fund Award. Learn More
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Applications for the Moore Fund Award are open now through November 1, 2012. More information follows. Learn More
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Our recent singles event drew a crowd for wine tasting, hors d'oeuvres, and entertainment! Learn More
Date: July 2013
On display through the month of July, the Library of Virginia's traveling exhibit, Virginia Women in History 2013 , showcases a variety of women who have made history in our state. Make sure to stop by the McIntire Building to see this exhibit before it moves to its next installation! Learn More
Date: Thursday Evenings at 5:30 pm and Saturday Mornings at 10 am
Mark your calendars- the 2013 season will start with a Court Square tour at 5:30pm on Thursday, April 4th!! Learn More
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Walking Tour participants, please click Click here to take survey to fill out a survey on your Walking Tour experience. We appreciate your feedback! Learn More
Researched and written by Margaret L. Freeman, with design by Margaret L. Freeman and Keri Matthews, the exhibit explores the life and literary works of Charlottesville, Virginia native, Julia Magruder -- an internationally famous author of the late nineteenth century, whose legacy has been largely forgotten. Magruder's life and writings offer a view of the complex world of the post-Civil War South from the vantage point of a New Woman of the New South. Learn More
Created by Keri Matthews, this exhibit explores the life and legacy of our fair city's namesake, Queen Sophia Charlotte of Mecklenburg-Strelitz. The exhibit is currently housed at the Albemarle Charlottesville Historical Society. Learn More
The final exhibit in the Celebrate!250 series, Charlottesville's Business Pioneers examines thirty-three of the city's oldest business establishments. Learn More
The latest exhibit by Steven G. Meeks, entitled Charlottesville Maps, will be on display at CitySpace through the month of November. Learn More
The latest exhibit in the Celebrate 250 series showcases a variety of neighborhoods, which combine to form the city of Charlottesville. Learn More
In this next installment of Celebrate 250 exhibits, creator Lindsey Gore provides an overview of Charlottesville's theatres in four panels, beginning with the mid-nineteenth century and continuing into the twentieth. Learn More
This latest exhibit in the Celebrate250 series explores Charlottesville's public schools from 1865 to present. Learn More
This latest installment in the Celebrate250 series, designed by Lindsey Gore, explores the history and development of Charlottesville's streetcar railways. Learn More
This exhibit, researched and designed by the students in Prof. Daniel Bluestone's Community History course at the UVA School of Architecture, explores the forms and functions of Charlottesville's residential living throughout the 19th and 20th centuries. Learn More

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