Virginia - Hollywood Cemetery was opened in 1849, constructed on land known as "Harvie's Woods" that was once owned by William Byrd II. It was designed in the rural garden style, with its name, "Hollywood," coming from the holly trees dotting the hills of the property. Oliver Baldwin delivered the dedication address in 1849.  In 1869, a 90-foot (27 m) high granite pyramid was built as a memorial to the more than 18,000 enlisted men of the Confederate Army buried in the c
Now the Landmark Theatre, this was The Mosque - Richmond VA - where I attended a Symphony performance there every year in grade school. The last time I was there was to see the Monkees perform in 1987.
Libby Hill Park - Located at 28th and E. Franklin Streets, Libby Hill Park is one of the three original parks in Richmond's park system. It was originally called Marshall Square, and the view from Libby Hill Park is said to so closely resemble the view of Richmond on the Thames in England that it gave the city its name. (photo: c.1908)