The Virginia Historical Society connects people to America's past through the unparalelled story of Virginia. By collecting, preserving, and interpreting the Commonwealth's history, we link present with past and inspire future generations. With education as our primary focus, we attempt to achieve broad awareness, understanding, and appreciation of Virginia history by offering lectures, seminars, conferences, and consulting services; publishing teacher resource materials; conducting teacher training and re-certification workshops; arranging school and general group tours; supporting scholarly research through endowed fellowships & minority internships; maintaining a museum of changing, permanent & traveling exhibitions; operating a research library and a publications program that has functioned uninterrupted for more than 100 years. We are equally dedicated to the care and preservation of our collections, and have an in-house paper conservation lab that employs the latest equipment, procedures, and standards.
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