Friday, hey-oh!!! In these parts, that means it’s time to answer a question about an image handpicked from the Valentine Richmond History Center’s digital archive. If you get it right, you’ll be entered to win a fabulous prize.
But before we get started with this week’s battle of Richmond wits, let’s talk about last week. We asked “Richmond’s City Jail used to sit beneath the Marshall Street viaduct. It was torn down in 1957 to make way for what?”
The answer? The Richmond-Petersburg Turnpike
Now for this week:
What school is this, what neighborhood is it in, and what is it now?
Know the answer? Take the quiz for a chance to win!
Remember, of the folks who answer correctly, one winner will be picked who will then get to choose between an 8×10 print of the featured image or a two-pack of tickets to any 2010 walking tour (valued at $20).