John Marshall House, Richmond Photos

The John Marshall House (1790) museum in Richmond is restored to the era and contains many of the furnishings of America's 4th Chief Justice. Marshall (1755-1835) left his mark by establishing the right of American courts to strike down unconstitutional laws. The museum house is run by Preservation Virginia.

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John Marshall House. Richmond, VA.Parlor of John Marshall House. Richmond, VA.Parlor set for coffee & tea service in John Marshall House. Richmond, VA.Coffee service in Parlor of John Marshall House. Richmond, VA.
John Marshall House (1790) (818 E. Marshall St.). Richmond, VA. Style: Federal. Architect: Chief Justice John Marshall. On National Register.Parlor of John Marshall House. Richmond, VA.Parlor set for coffee & tea service in John Marshall House. Richmond, VA.Coffee service (c1820) in Parlor of John Marshall House. Richmond, VA.
John Marshall portrait over fireplace in large dining room of John Marshall House. Richmond, VA.John Marshall portrait by William James Hubard in John Marshall House. Richmond, VA.Adamesque cherub on fireplace surround in large dining room of John Marshall House. Richmond, VA.Bookcase with swan neck pediment in large dining room of John Marshall House. Richmond, VA.
John Marshall portrait over fireplace in large dining room of John Marshall House. Richmond, VA.John Marshall portrait (c1834) by William James Hubard in John Marshall House. Richmond, VA.Adamesque cherub on fireplace surround in large dining room of John Marshall House. Richmond, VA.Bookcase with swan neck pediment in large dining room of John Marshall House. Richmond, VA.
Bookcase & Marshall's French Empire clock in large dining room of John Marshall House. Richmond, VA.Dropfront desk with bookcase in large dining room of John Marshall House. Richmond, VA.Large dining room of John Marshall House. Richmond, VA.Porcelain & glassware in large dining room of John Marshall House. Richmond, VA.
Bookcase & Marshall's French Empire clock in large dining room of John Marshall House. Richmond, VA.Dropfront desk with bookcase (c1790) in large dining room of John Marshall House. Richmond, VA.Large dining room of John Marshall House. Richmond, VA.Porcelain & glassware in large dining room of John Marshall House. Richmond, VA.
Serving pieces of Mary Willis Marshall's French porcelain at John Marshall House. Richmond, VA.Serving dishes, glassware & candlesticks in pantry of John Marshall House. Richmond, VA.Pitcher with joined rings representing 16 American States in John Marshall House. Richmond, VA.Graphic of late President George Washington by P. Roberts in John Marshall House. Richmond, VA.
Serving pieces of Mary Willis Marshall's French porcelain (c1797) at John Marshall House. Richmond, VA.Serving dishes, glassware & candlesticks in pantry of John Marshall House. Richmond, VA.Pitcher (c1796-1803) with joined rings representing 16 American States in John Marshall House. Richmond, VA.Graphic of late President George Washington by P. Roberts in John Marshall House. Richmond, VA.
Entrance hall stairwell of John Marshall House. Richmond, VA.Master bedchamber of John Marshall House. Richmond, VA.Argand oil lamp in master bedchamber of John Marshall House. Richmond, VA.Cupboard, table & chairs upstairs in John Marshall House. Richmond, VA.
Entrance hall stairwell of John Marshall House. Richmond, VA.Master bedchamber of John Marshall House. Richmond, VA.Argand oil lamp in master bedchamber of John Marshall House. Richmond, VA.Cupboard, table & chairs upstairs in John Marshall House. Richmond, VA.
Fold-down top desk in master bedchamber of John Marshall House. Richmond, VA.Portrait of John Marshal by Jeremiah Paul at John Marshall House. Richmond, VA.Drawing of Mary Ambler Marshall by Thomas Marshall at John Marshall House. Richmond, VA.North bedchamber with infant furnishings in John Marshall House. Richmond, VA.
Fold-down top desk in master bedchamber of John Marshall House. Richmond, VA.Portrait of John Marshal by Jeremiah Paul at John Marshall House. Richmond, VA.Drawing (c1825) of Mary Ambler Marshall by Thomas Marshall at John Marshall House. Richmond, VA.North bedchamber with infant furnishings in John Marshall House. Richmond, VA.
High post bed with quilt in North bedchamber of John Marshall House. Richmond, VA.


High post bed with quilt in North bedchamber of John Marshall House. Richmond, VA.



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