Henry Clay Marchant
Listing conveys information, confers honor and heightens awareness.
Listing can help reinvigorate commercial and residential areas by preserving the spirit and character that make them special places.
Most of all, listing in the National Register of Historic Places informs the local, state and federal governments that a historic resource exists. (Virginia Department of Historic Resources)
There are people who think that chicken comes from the store. It's born that way. In shrink-wrap, upside down.
There are people living in the Woolen Mills neighborhood who think the "Mill" name was picked out of a hat, like a developer naming a subdivision "Avalon."
Pictured above, the mill owner's house. He lived in the mill village with his workers.
Labels: Woolen Mills Village