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90th Anniversary of the Colonial Williamsburg Foundation:
The Architect of Colonial Williamsburg
As the Foundation celebrates the 90th anniversary of the Restoration, we recall the story of
architect William Perry (left). It was up to Perry and his partners, Thomas Mott Shaw (center) and Andrew H. Hepburn (right), to secure John D. Rockefeller, Jr.'s financial commitment to the project.
A Restoration Appreciation
The Rev. Dr. W.A.R. Goodwin recounts in an essay the generosity of Colonial Williamsburg's benefactor.
The Man Who Said No
Samuel Freeman spoke up at a 1928 town meeting to oppose Williamsburg's Restoration.
See how Historic Foodways prepares "a Nice Indian Pudding."
The Organized Piano
Hear former Foundation curator John Watson recount the restoration of this unusual instrument that once graced the
St. George Tucker home.