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Lexington lottery, second class. Authorized by law of the state of Virginia. This ticket, on payment of five dollars, will entitle the bearer to such prize as may be drawn to its number, if demanded within twelve months. Subject to a education o

Lexington lottery, second class. Authorized by law of the state of Vir...

4 tickets. Available also through the Library of Congress web site in two forms: as facsimile page images and as full text in SGML. Printed Ephemera Collection; Portfolio 181, Folder 25.

[Canal dam, Lexington, Va.]

[Canal dam, Lexington, Va.]

Title devised by Library staff. Original glass plate negative from Miley's Gallery, Lexington, VA.

Cadets marching at Virginia Military Institute (VMI), located in Lexington, Virginia

Cadets marching at Virginia Military Institute (VMI), located in Lexin...

Digital image produced by Carol M. Highsmith to represent her original film transparency; some details may differ between the film and the digital images. Title, date, subject note, and keywords provided by the... More

Cadets on parade at the Virginia Military Academy, Lexington, Virginia

Cadets on parade at the Virginia Military Academy, Lexington, Virginia

Digital image produced by Carol M. Highsmith to represent her original film transparency; some details may differ between the film and the digital images. Title, date, and keywords provided by the photographer.... More

Feature 187:  209-211 West Lexington Avenue (in 2011)

Feature 187: 209-211 West Lexington Avenue (in 2011)

Classification: Contributing. Historic Name: Slack Grocery Building. Architectural Style: Commercial. Construction Date: ca. 1885. Period 1 of Harry S Truman's Life: The Period of Pre-Significance, before ... More

Feature 259:  301-313 West Maple Avenue (in 2011)

Feature 259: 301-313 West Maple Avenue (in 2011)

Classification: Contributing. Historic Name: Parking. Architectural Style: N/A. Construction Date: Estimated to be within the period of significance (possibly 1960s). Period 5 of Harry S Truman's Life: Ser... More

Feature 259:  301-313 West Maple Avenue (in 2011)

Feature 259: 301-313 West Maple Avenue (in 2011)

Classification: Contributing. Historic Name: Parking. Architectural Style: N/A. Construction Date: Estimated to be within the period of significance (possibly 1960s). Period 5 of Harry S Truman's Life: Ser... More

Feature 171:  107 West Lexington Avenue (in 2011)

Feature 171: 107 West Lexington Avenue (in 2011)

Classification: Noncontributing. Historic Name: Mode O Day. Architectural Style: Modern. Construction Date: ca. 1962/ca. 1974 (altered). Period 6 of Harry S Truman's Life: The Period of Post-Significance, ... More

Feature 185:  204-206 West Lexington Avenue – Building #2 (in 2011)

Feature 185: 204-206 West Lexington Avenue – Building #2 (in 2011)

Classification: Contributing. Period 1 of Harry S Truman's Life: The Period of Pre-Significance, before 1890. See information about building at 204-206 West Lexington - Building #1 [Feature 184].

Feature 187:  209-211 West Lexington Avenue (in 2011)

Feature 187: 209-211 West Lexington Avenue (in 2011)

Classification: Contributing. Historic Name: Slack Grocery Building. Architectural Style: Commercial. Construction Date: ca. 1885. Period 1 of Harry S Truman's Life: The Period of Pre-Significance, before ... More

Feature 185:  204-206 West Lexington Avenue – Building #2 (in 2011)

Feature 185: 204-206 West Lexington Avenue – Building #2 (in 2011)

Classification: Contributing. Period 1 of Harry S Truman's Life: The Period of Pre-Significance, before 1890. See information about building at 204-206 West Lexington - Building #1 [Feature 184].

Feature 195:  520 West Lexington Avenue (in 2011)

Feature 195: 520 West Lexington Avenue (in 2011)

Classification: Contributing. Historic Name: Seay/Taylor House. Architectural Style: Prairie School. Construction Date: ca. 1905. Period 2 of Harry S Truman's Life: Establishing Community Roots, 1890-1919.... More

Feature 190:  310 West Lexington Avenue (in 2011)

Feature 190: 310 West Lexington Avenue (in 2011)

Classification: Contributing. Historic Name: Blue Valley Federal Saving & Loan/Carpentour Building. Architectural Style: Commercial. Construction Date: 1960. Period 5 of Harry S Truman's Life: Serving as E... More

Feature 185:  204-206 West Lexington Avenue – Building #2 (in 2011)

Feature 185: 204-206 West Lexington Avenue – Building #2 (in 2011)

Classification: Contributing. Period 1 of Harry S Truman's Life: The Period of Pre-Significance, before 1890. See information about building at 204-206 West Lexington - Building #1 [Feature 184].

Feature 184:  204-206 West Lexington Avenue (in 2011)

Feature 184: 204-206 West Lexington Avenue (in 2011)

Classification: Contributing. Historic Name: Milner Building - Building #1. Architectural Style: Commercial. Construction Date: ca. 1885 and ca. 1886. Period 1 of Harry S Truman's Life: The Period of Pre-S... More

Feature 171:  107 West Lexington Avenue (in 2011)

Feature 171: 107 West Lexington Avenue (in 2011)

Classification: Noncontributing. Historic Name: Mode O Day. Architectural Style: Modern. Construction Date: ca. 1962/ca. 1974 (altered). Period 6 of Harry S Truman's Life: The Period of Post-Significance, ... More

Feature 172:  109 West Lexington Avenue (in 2011)

Feature 172: 109 West Lexington Avenue (in 2011)

Classification: Noncontributing. Historic Name: None found. Architectural Style: Commercial. Construction Date: 1920 (altered). Period 6 of Harry S Truman's Life: The Period of Post-Significance, 1972-2011... More

Feature 190:  310 West Lexington Avenue (in 2011)

Feature 190: 310 West Lexington Avenue (in 2011)

Classification: Contributing. Historic Name: Blue Valley Federal Saving & Loan/Carpentour Building. Architectural Style: Commercial. Construction Date: 1960. Period 5 of Harry S Truman's Life: Serving as E... More

Feature 186:  208-212 West Lexington Avenue (in 2011)

Feature 186: 208-212 West Lexington Avenue (in 2011)

Classification: Contributing. Historic Name: Street Building. Architectural Style: Commercial. Construction Date: 1908. Period 2 of Harry S Truman's Life: Establishing Community Roots, 1890-1919. Tax Ident... More

Feature 226:  104-108 South Main Street (in 2011)

Feature 226: 104-108 South Main Street (in 2011)

Classification: Contributing. Historic Name: None found. Architectural Style: Modern. Construction Date: ca. 1950. Period 4 of Harry S Truman's Life: Attaining National Prominence, 1934-1953. Tax Identificati... More

Feature 172:  109 West Lexington Avenue (in 2011)

Feature 172: 109 West Lexington Avenue (in 2011)

Classification: Noncontributing. Historic Name: None found. Architectural Style: Commercial. Construction Date: 1920 (altered). Period 6 of Harry S Truman's Life: The Period of Post-Significance, 1972-2011... More

Feature 184:  204-206 West Lexington Avenue (in 2011)

Feature 184: 204-206 West Lexington Avenue (in 2011)

Classification: Contributing. Historic Name: Milner Building - Building #1. Architectural Style: Commercial. Construction Date: ca. 1885 and ca. 1886. Period 1 of Harry S Truman's Life: The Period of Pre-S... More

Feature 226:  104-108 South Main Street (in 2011)

Feature 226: 104-108 South Main Street (in 2011)

Classification: Contributing. Historic Name: None found. Architectural Style: Modern. Construction Date: ca. 1950. Period 4 of Harry S Truman's Life: Attaining National Prominence, 1934-1953. Tax Identificati... More

Feature 226:  104-108 South Main Street (in 2011)

Feature 226: 104-108 South Main Street (in 2011)

Classification: Contributing. Historic Name: None found. Architectural Style: Modern. Construction Date: ca. 1950. Period 4 of Harry S Truman's Life: Attaining National Prominence, 1934-1953. Tax Identificatio... More

Feature 195:  520 West Lexington Avenue (in 2011)

Feature 195: 520 West Lexington Avenue (in 2011)

Classification: Contributing. Historic Name: Seay/Taylor House. Architectural Style: Prairie School. Construction Date: ca. 1905. Period 2 of Harry S Truman's Life: Establishing Community Roots, 1890-1919.... More

Feature 186:  208-212 West Lexington Avenue (in 2011)

Feature 186: 208-212 West Lexington Avenue (in 2011)

Classification: Contributing. Historic Name: Street Building. Architectural Style: Commercial. Construction Date: 1908. Period 2 of Harry S Truman's Life: Establishing Community Roots, 1890-1919. Tax Iden... More

Main Street Area Survey, Troubadour Theatre, North Main Street, Lexington, Lexington, VA

Main Street Area Survey, Troubadour Theatre, North Main Street, Lexing...

Significance: Integral part of Lexington's historic Main Street. Originally built for a lodge of the Independent Order of Odd Fellows, all or part of the building served as a community meeting place until the ... More

Stono, Summer Kitchen, Institute Hill, At U.S. 11 and U.S. 11A, Lexington, Lexington, VA

Stono, Summer Kitchen, Institute Hill, At U.S. 11 and U.S. 11A, Lexing...

Survey number: HABS VA-900-A National Register of Historic Places NRIS Number: 75002112

Main Street Area Survey, Jacob M. Ruff House, 21 North Main Street, Lexington, Lexington, VA

Main Street Area Survey, Jacob M. Ruff House, 21 North Main Street, Le...

Significance: Integral part of Lexington's historic Main Street. Served as living space for the John Ruff family and as a showroom for the hats produced in the family's hat factory next door. In 1850, the hou... More

Main Street Area Survey, Sheridan Livery Stable, 29-33 North Main Street, Lexington, Lexington, VA

Main Street Area Survey, Sheridan Livery Stable, 29-33 North Main Stre...

Significance: Integral part of Lexington's historic Main Street. Until 1919, was the livery stable of prominent businessman John Sheridan. From 1919 to 1970 served as the Rockbridge Laundry. Survey number: H... More

Main Street Area Survey, Central Hotel, 15 North Main Street, Lexington, Lexington, VA

Main Street Area Survey, Central Hotel, 15 North Main Street, Lexingto...

Significance: Integral part of Lexington's historic Main Street. During the 19th century was used as a residence, jewelry store, doctor's office, and telegraph and post office. Became the Central Hotel in 190... More

Stono, Ice House, Institute Hill, Lexington, Lexington, VA

Stono, Ice House, Institute Hill, Lexington, Lexington, VA

Survey number: HABS VA-900-C National Register of Historic Places NRIS Number: 75002112

Pendleton-Coles House, 319 Letcher Avenue, Lexington, Lexington, VA

Pendleton-Coles House, 319 Letcher Avenue, Lexington, Lexington, VA

Significance: The house is primarily of architectural interest, as an example of Gothic cottages designed in the nineteenth century for country living. It closely resembles the "Rustic Cottage Style" of Alexan... More

Pendleton-Coles House, 319 Letcher Avenue, Lexington, Lexington, VA

Pendleton-Coles House, 319 Letcher Avenue, Lexington, Lexington, VA

Significance: The house is primarily of architectural interest, as an example of Gothic cottages designed in the nineteenth century for country living. It closely resembles the "Rustic Cottage Style" of Alexan... More

Pendleton-Coles House, 319 Letcher Avenue, Lexington, Lexington, VA

Pendleton-Coles House, 319 Letcher Avenue, Lexington, Lexington, VA

Significance: The house is primarily of architectural interest, as an example of Gothic cottages designed in the nineteenth century for country living. It closely resembles the "Rustic Cottage Style" of Alexan... More

Pendleton-Coles House, 319 Letcher Avenue, Lexington, Lexington, VA

Pendleton-Coles House, 319 Letcher Avenue, Lexington, Lexington, VA

Significance: The house is primarily of architectural interest, as an example of Gothic cottages designed in the nineteenth century for country living. It closely resembles the "Rustic Cottage Style" of Alexan... More

Pendleton-Coles House, 319 Letcher Avenue, Lexington, Lexington, VA

Pendleton-Coles House, 319 Letcher Avenue, Lexington, Lexington, VA

Significance: The house is primarily of architectural interest, as an example of Gothic cottages designed in the nineteenth century for country living. It closely resembles the "Rustic Cottage Style" of Alexan... More

Pendleton-Coles House, 319 Letcher Avenue, Lexington, Lexington, VA

Pendleton-Coles House, 319 Letcher Avenue, Lexington, Lexington, VA

Significance: The house is primarily of architectural interest, as an example of Gothic cottages designed in the nineteenth century for country living. It closely resembles the "Rustic Cottage Style" of Alexan... More

Pendleton-Coles House, 319 Letcher Avenue, Lexington, Lexington, VA

Pendleton-Coles House, 319 Letcher Avenue, Lexington, Lexington, VA

Significance: The house is primarily of architectural interest, as an example of Gothic cottages designed in the nineteenth century for country living. It closely resembles the "Rustic Cottage Style" of Alexan... More

Alexander-Withrow House, 2 North Main Street, Lexington, Lexington, VA

Alexander-Withrow House, 2 North Main Street, Lexington, Lexington, VA

Significance: Built in 1789, this is believed to be the only house in the area not destroyed by the great fire of 1796. The tradition that the town's first post office, bank (of which Stonewall Jackson was a d... More

Alexander-Withrow House, 2 North Main Street, Lexington, Lexington, VA

Alexander-Withrow House, 2 North Main Street, Lexington, Lexington, VA

Significance: Built in 1789, this is believed to be the only house in the area not destroyed by the great fire of 1796. The tradition that the town's first post office, bank (of which Stonewall Jackson was a d... More

Alexander-Withrow House, 2 North Main Street, Lexington, Lexington, VA

Alexander-Withrow House, 2 North Main Street, Lexington, Lexington, VA

Significance: Built in 1789, this is believed to be the only house in the area not destroyed by the great fire of 1796. The tradition that the town's first post office, bank (of which Stonewall Jackson was a d... More

Alexander-Withrow House, 2 North Main Street, Lexington, Lexington, VA

Alexander-Withrow House, 2 North Main Street, Lexington, Lexington, VA

Significance: Built in 1789, this is believed to be the only house in the area not destroyed by the great fire of 1796. The tradition that the town's first post office, bank (of which Stonewall Jackson was a d... More

Alexander-Withrow House, 2 North Main Street, Lexington, Lexington, VA

Alexander-Withrow House, 2 North Main Street, Lexington, Lexington, VA

Significance: Built in 1789, this is believed to be the only house in the area not destroyed by the great fire of 1796. The tradition that the town's first post office, bank (of which Stonewall Jackson was a d... More

Alexander-Withrow House, 2 North Main Street, Lexington, Lexington, VA

Alexander-Withrow House, 2 North Main Street, Lexington, Lexington, VA

Significance: Built in 1789, this is believed to be the only house in the area not destroyed by the great fire of 1796. The tradition that the town's first post office, bank (of which Stonewall Jackson was a d... More

Alexander-Withrow House, 2 North Main Street, Lexington, Lexington, VA

Alexander-Withrow House, 2 North Main Street, Lexington, Lexington, VA

Significance: Built in 1789, this is believed to be the only house in the area not destroyed by the great fire of 1796. The tradition that the town's first post office, bank (of which Stonewall Jackson was a d... More

Alexander-Withrow House, 2 North Main Street, Lexington, Lexington, VA

Alexander-Withrow House, 2 North Main Street, Lexington, Lexington, VA

Significance: Built in 1789, this is believed to be the only house in the area not destroyed by the great fire of 1796. The tradition that the town's first post office, bank (of which Stonewall Jackson was a d... More

Alexander-Withrow House, 2 North Main Street, Lexington, Lexington, VA

Alexander-Withrow House, 2 North Main Street, Lexington, Lexington, VA

Significance: Built in 1789, this is believed to be the only house in the area not destroyed by the great fire of 1796. The tradition that the town's first post office, bank (of which Stonewall Jackson was a d... More

Alexander-Withrow House, 2 North Main Street, Lexington, Lexington, VA

Alexander-Withrow House, 2 North Main Street, Lexington, Lexington, VA

Significance: Built in 1789, this is believed to be the only house in the area not destroyed by the great fire of 1796. The tradition that the town's first post office, bank (of which Stonewall Jackson was a d... More

Alexander-Withrow House, 2 North Main Street, Lexington, Lexington, VA

Alexander-Withrow House, 2 North Main Street, Lexington, Lexington, VA

Significance: Built in 1789, this is believed to be the only house in the area not destroyed by the great fire of 1796. The tradition that the town's first post office, bank (of which Stonewall Jackson was a d... More

Alexander-Withrow House, 2 North Main Street, Lexington, Lexington, VA

Alexander-Withrow House, 2 North Main Street, Lexington, Lexington, VA

Significance: Built in 1789, this is believed to be the only house in the area not destroyed by the great fire of 1796. The tradition that the town's first post office, bank (of which Stonewall Jackson was a d... More

Alexander-Withrow House, 2 North Main Street, Lexington, Lexington, VA

Alexander-Withrow House, 2 North Main Street, Lexington, Lexington, VA

Significance: Built in 1789, this is believed to be the only house in the area not destroyed by the great fire of 1796. The tradition that the town's first post office, bank (of which Stonewall Jackson was a d... More

Alexander-Withrow House, 2 North Main Street, Lexington, Lexington, VA

Alexander-Withrow House, 2 North Main Street, Lexington, Lexington, VA

Significance: Built in 1789, this is believed to be the only house in the area not destroyed by the great fire of 1796. The tradition that the town's first post office, bank (of which Stonewall Jackson was a d... More

Alexander-Withrow House, 2 North Main Street, Lexington, Lexington, VA

Alexander-Withrow House, 2 North Main Street, Lexington, Lexington, VA

Significance: Built in 1789, this is believed to be the only house in the area not destroyed by the great fire of 1796. The tradition that the town's first post office, bank (of which Stonewall Jackson was a d... More

Alexander-Withrow House, 2 North Main Street, Lexington, Lexington, VA

Alexander-Withrow House, 2 North Main Street, Lexington, Lexington, VA

Significance: Built in 1789, this is believed to be the only house in the area not destroyed by the great fire of 1796. The tradition that the town's first post office, bank (of which Stonewall Jackson was a d... More

Alexander-Withrow House, 2 North Main Street, Lexington, Lexington, VA

Alexander-Withrow House, 2 North Main Street, Lexington, Lexington, VA

Significance: Built in 1789, this is believed to be the only house in the area not destroyed by the great fire of 1796. The tradition that the town's first post office, bank (of which Stonewall Jackson was a d... More

Stono, Office, Institute Hill, Lexington, Lexington, VA

Stono, Office, Institute Hill, Lexington, Lexington, VA

Survey number: HABS VA-900-B National Register of Historic Places NRIS Number: 75002112

Stono, Office, Institute Hill, Lexington, Lexington, VA

Stono, Office, Institute Hill, Lexington, Lexington, VA

Survey number: HABS VA-900-B National Register of Historic Places NRIS Number: 75002112

Stono, Office, Institute Hill, Lexington, Lexington, VA

Stono, Office, Institute Hill, Lexington, Lexington, VA

Survey number: HABS VA-900-B National Register of Historic Places NRIS Number: 75002112

Valley Railroad Station, McLaughlin & Glasgow Streets, Lexington, Lexington, VA

Valley Railroad Station, McLaughlin & Glasgow Streets, Lexington, Lexi...

Significance: This station building is an interesting survival of the Valley Railroad Company of Virginia. Survey number: HABS VA-904 Building/structure dates: 1883 Initial Construction

Valley Railroad Station, McLaughlin & Glasgow Streets, Lexington, Lexington, VA

Valley Railroad Station, McLaughlin & Glasgow Streets, Lexington, Lexi...

Significance: This station building is an interesting survival of the Valley Railroad Company of Virginia. Survey number: HABS VA-904 Building/structure dates: 1883 Initial Construction

Valley Railroad Station, McLaughlin & Glasgow Streets, Lexington, Lexington, VA

Valley Railroad Station, McLaughlin & Glasgow Streets, Lexington, Lexi...

Significance: This station building is an interesting survival of the Valley Railroad Company of Virginia. Survey number: HABS VA-904 Building/structure dates: 1883 Initial Construction

Valley Railroad Station, McLaughlin & Glasgow Streets, Lexington, Lexington, VA

Valley Railroad Station, McLaughlin & Glasgow Streets, Lexington, Lexi...

Significance: This station building is an interesting survival of the Valley Railroad Company of Virginia. Survey number: HABS VA-904 Building/structure dates: 1883 Initial Construction

Valley Railroad Station, McLaughlin & Glasgow Streets, Lexington, Lexington, VA

Valley Railroad Station, McLaughlin & Glasgow Streets, Lexington, Lexi...

Significance: This station building is an interesting survival of the Valley Railroad Company of Virginia. Survey number: HABS VA-904 Building/structure dates: 1883 Initial Construction

Stone House, State Route 687, Lexington, Lexington, VA

Stone House, State Route 687, Lexington, Lexington, VA

Significance: House built by Zachariah Johnston, Revolutionary War officer, associate of Thos. Jefferson in Virginia General Assembly and member of Virginia Convention of 1788 which ratified the Federal Constit... More

Stone House, State Route 687, Lexington, Lexington, VA

Stone House, State Route 687, Lexington, Lexington, VA

Significance: House built by Zachariah Johnston, Revolutionary War officer, associate of Thos. Jefferson in Virginia General Assembly and member of Virginia Convention of 1788 which ratified the Federal Constit... More

Stone House, State Route 687, Lexington, Lexington, VA

Stone House, State Route 687, Lexington, Lexington, VA

Significance: House built by Zachariah Johnston, Revolutionary War officer, associate of Thos. Jefferson in Virginia General Assembly and member of Virginia Convention of 1788 which ratified the Federal Constit... More

Stone House, State Route 687, Lexington, Lexington, VA

Stone House, State Route 687, Lexington, Lexington, VA

Significance: House built by Zachariah Johnston, Revolutionary War officer, associate of Thos. Jefferson in Virginia General Assembly and member of Virginia Convention of 1788 which ratified the Federal Constit... More