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2013 Christmas Ornaments

For Sale: 2013 Christmas Ornaments

Westmoreland County Museum is now selling its 2013 Christmas Ornaments with an image of the Historic Westmoreland County Courthouse for $10, tax included!

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Mourning Jewelry

Mourning in the Victorian Era

Premiering for the Fall Festival, Judie Delano will be showcasing her extensive 30-year collection of Mourning Jewelry at the Westmoreland County Museum.

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Katheryn Sullivan

Katheryn Sullivan, Museum Intern, Says Thanks

Katheryn served as the sole photographer for the museum’s monthly “Art & Wine” artist reception for model boat building historian, Melvin Foxwell. She also took beautiful photographs of historical sites for the museum’s social media quiz and our Christmas ornament.

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The Presidents' Garden

Genius of the Garden

From the 1920s through the 1960s, the name Charles F. Gillette was synonymous with the best in landscape design in Virginia as well as the upper South. The peak years of Gillette’s career as a landscape architect coincided with the height of the Country Place era, when wealthy property owners throughout the United States built […]

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Newsletter

2013 Spring Museum Newsletter

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The Presidents' Garden

Virginia Presidents’ Garden

With financial assistance from the Virginia General Assembly, the Westmoreland Garden Club established the Presidents’ Garden in 1941 to honor native Virginians who have served our Nation as President.

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Northern Neck Virginia

An Ode to the Northern Neck

Between the yellow Rappahannock and the broad Potomac blue There’s a lovely bit of country down in old Virginia true.  Just a narrow strip of inland. On the map it’s scarce a speck, But it’s Home to everybody In the good old Northern Neck. You go sixty miles from nowhere Down a winding country road, Past a picturesque old mill […]

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