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except Sunday 1:00 pm - 5:00 pm
$5/adults, $3/seniors, $2/students
Lynchburg Civil War Sesquicentennial
Photo Gallery click here
Congratulations to Keith Hawkes who is our
2013 Volunteer of the Year.
Thank you Keith!
by 40" !!!
Only $9.52 !!!
Thorough investigation and documentation of the social and architectural history of Sandusky.
With photographs, CAD drawings, moulding profiles, floorplans, maps, and more.
$25.00 + shipping
Ed Bearss DVD Tour
Battle of Lynchburg
Window Restoration Project
8th Annual Sunset @ Sandusky
Annual Fundraising Event
Friday, Sept. 12, 2014
6:00 pm - Sunset
Catering by Ivy Point Catering
Music by the McKenzies
Tours of the restored parlor
Special Guest Bill Barker as
The Virginia Langhornes:
Parlor rocking chair restored
Thanks to a donation by the National Society of
Colonial Dames of America (NSCDA) Historic
Sandusky was able to restore the original
Sandusky rocking chair.
The chair was reupholstered in black horsehair
fabric. Remnants of the original horsehair
was discovered once the chair was disassembled..
Pictured here (l-r) are Mary Kathrn McIntosh (Lynchburg Committee Chair), Heidi James (Lynchburg Committee)
and Frances Purkert (State Chair Historical Activities Committee), and Greg Starbuck (Executive Director).
The Historic Sandusky Foundation thanks these ladies
for their interest and support of history.
Hunter's Raid: The Battle for Lynchburg was honored with three regional Emmy®
awards this June 15, 2012 at a ceremony
in Washington, DC.
$12.00 plus shipping
Or pick up your copy from the
Historic Sandusky Gift Shop
Visitor Center patio complete!
Johnston's Frontier Adventure
memoir of his Indian captivity
in 1790 at the hands of the Shawnee
$14.95 + shipping
Lynchburg now in color!!!
The wonderful Ashley Scholer print we
published last year has been colorized by Ashley. It features more than 40 of Lynchburg's notable architectural jewels
limited edition print is hand signed and
Battle of Lynchburg
Sandusky through the years
Sandusky as it appears today
Sandusky in the early 20th Century
Sandusky in 1914