Virginia's Executive Mansion

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Designed by Alexander Parris and occupied by Governor James Barbour in 1813, the Executive Mansion of Virginia, the nation's oldest in continuous use, has been the Richmond home of the Old Dominion's governors for one hundred and seventy-five years.

Virginia's Executive Mansion, by William Seale, is illustrated with historic paintings, prints, and photographs as well as color photographs by Erik Kvalsvik.

Written by William Seale. Photographs by Erik Kvalsvik.

SPECIAL PRICE! Originally $25.00 - Now $9.95! Virginia's Executive Mansion: A History of the Governor's House -- Illustrated with historic paintings, prints, and photographs as well as contemporary color photographs.

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