Willoughby-Baylor House, Norfolk Photos

Willoughby-Baylor House (1794) (601 East Freemason St.) built by Captain William Willoughby now houses the Norfolk History Museum run by the Chrysler Museum.

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Willoughby-Baylor House built by Captain William Willoughby is now Norfolk History Museum. Norfolk, VA.Entrance to Norfolk History Museum in Willoughby-Baylor House part of Chrysler Museum. Norfolk, VA.Poster for Old Dominion Steamship Co. between New York, Norfolk, City Point & Richmond by Parsons & Atwater at Norfolk History Museum. Norfolk, VA.Lithograph Panorama of Seat of [Civil] War, Birds Eye View over VA, MD, DE, DC by John Bachmann at Norfolk History Museum. Norfolk, VA.
Willoughby-Baylor House (1794) (601 East Freemason St.) built by Captain William Willoughby is now Norfolk History Museum. Norfolk, VA. On National Register.Entrance to Norfolk History Museum in Willoughby-Baylor House part of Chrysler Museum. Norfolk, VA.Poster for Old Dominion Steamship Co. between New York, Norfolk, City Point & Richmond by Parsons & Atwater at Norfolk History Museum. Norfolk, VA.Lithograph (1861) Panorama of Seat of [Civil] War, Birds Eye View over VA, MD, DE, DC by John Bachmann at Norfolk History Museum. Norfolk, VA.
Painting of Bombardment of Forts Hatteras by U.S. Fleet at Norfolk History Museum. Norfolk, VA.Graphic of "Splendid Victory of the Ericsson Battery Monitor disabling the Rebel Battery the Merrimac" by Hatch & Co. at Norfolk History Museum. Norfolk, VA.Detail of graphic of "Splendid Victory of the Ericsson Battery Monitor disabling the Rebel Battery the Merrimac" by Hatch & Co. at Norfolk History Museum. Norfolk, VA.Graphic of "Great Fight between Merrimac & Monitor " by F. Newman for Currier & Ives at Norfolk History Museum. Norfolk, VA.
Painting of Bombardment of Forts Hatteras by U.S. Fleet (1861) at Norfolk History Museum. Norfolk, VA.Graphic of "Splendid Victory of the Ericsson Battery Monitor disabling the Rebel Battery the Merrimac" (March 9, 1862) by Hatch & Co. at Norfolk History Museum. Norfolk, VA.Detail of graphic of "Splendid Victory of the Ericsson Battery Monitor disabling the Rebel Battery the Merrimac" (March 9, 1862) by Hatch & Co. at Norfolk History Museum. Norfolk, VA.Graphic of "Great Fight between Merrimac & Monitor " (March 9, 1862) by F. Newman for Currier & Ives at Norfolk History Museum. Norfolk, VA.
The Hartford Passing the Hygeia Hotel & Fortress Monroe, VA painting by John Wilson at Norfolk History Museum. Norfolk, VA.Norfolk City Guard Banner embroidered by Klein & Kaiser at Norfolk History Museum. Norfolk, VA.Punch cigar store figure of painted wood at Norfolk History Museum. Norfolk, VA.Display of early Virginia furniture & portraits by Cephas Thompson at Norfolk History Museum. Norfolk, VA.
The Hartford Passing the Hygeia Hotel & Fortress Monroe, VA painting (1862) by John Wilson at Norfolk History Museum. Norfolk, VA.Norfolk City Guard Banner (1871) embroidered by Klein & Kaiser at Norfolk History Museum. Norfolk, VA.Punch cigar store figure (c1865) of painted wood at Norfolk History Museum. Norfolk, VA.Display of early Virginia furniture & portraits (c1812) by Cephas Thompson at Norfolk History Museum. Norfolk, VA.

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