30 Kodachrome slides featureing Colonial Williamsburg in 1974. Snapshots include images of the exterior of the Governor's mansion, Bruton Parish church, and many of the buildings along Duke of Gloucester Street. There are also images of the interior of the Legislative building and other colonial houses. Many artisans asre featured doing their craft such as the cooper, blacksmith, potter, gunsmith, and fife and drum corps. The donor of the collection can be seen on a slide in the stocks that are still along Duke of Gloucester Street.
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Colonial Williamsburg Slides, 1974, Special Collections Research Center, Swem Library, College of William and Mary.