Then and Now

Governor's Palace, before and after

Governor’s Palace, before and after

“Then and Now” contrasts early Williamsburg photographs with present-day appearances. A printed version, called “Pleasantly Situated,” appears in each issue of the Colonial Williamsburg journal.

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  1. warren adams says

    Why not put the columns back on the Courthouse. It looks a lot better and mayby the roof won’t sag. Williamsburg has made concessions in the past with the Capitol and a few buildings into the 19th. Century.

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