Wren Building, Williamsburg, Virginia "Built to house the newly-chartered College of William and Mary in 1695, this is the oldest academic builing in English America. Here were educated Jefferson, Monroe, and other Revolutionary leaders. Open to the public." Official Colonial Williamsburg Card #704. Produced by Charles H. Overly, Harvard, Mass.
Bruton Parish Church, Williamsburg, Virginia. "Bruton Parish Church, completed i 1715, is a fine example of the colonial church in America. The walls and windows of the church are original, but much of the interior woodwork was torn out during the nineteenth century. The interior, partially restored in 1905, and more completely in 1938, once again resembles its eighteenth-century appearance." Official Colonial Williamsburg Card No. 714. Produced by Charles H. Overly, Harvard, Mass.
Chowning's Tavern, Williamsburg, Virginia. Originally opened in 1766, this reconstructed alehouse features today such delicacies as Brunswick stew, pecan waffles, Welsh rabbit, oysters, clams, "sallad", sanwiches made from thick slices of French bread, and butter'd apple pye. Draft ale and beer, wines and spiced punch are also served." Official Colonial Williamsburg Card No. 721. Produced by Charles H. Overly, Harvard, Mass.
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