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A Rich and Varied Culture, Collections, Event

One of four Delft tiles from the Drayton Hall Collection that are on display at the DeWitt Wallace Decorative Arts Museum in the new exhibit, A Rich and Varied Culture:…

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A Rich and Varied Culture, Collections, Event

This rare, English-made desk and bookcase (c. 1745) is the most significant piece of furniture in Drayton Hall’s collection. Described by Ronald L. Hurst, Vice President, Collections, Conservation, and Museums…

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A Rich and Varied Culture, Collections, Conservation, Event, Research

One of two significant pieces of British furniture placed on loan to Colonial Williamsburg for the new exhibit A Rich and Varied Culture: The Material World of the Early South (officially…

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A Rich and Varied Culture, Collections, Event, Preservation

This column base has resided in the basement of Drayton Hall since at least 1875, when the pile of limestone columns on which it rested was mentioned in a Harper’s…

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A Rich and Varied Culture, Breaking News, Collections, Event, Staff

On display for the first time to the public are 27 objects from the Drayton Hall Collections. They have been loaned to the Colonial Williamsburg Foundation for their new exhibit…

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Breaking News, Collections, Preservation

The February 2014 edition of Early American Life features an eight-page spread on the history and architecture of Drayton Hall. Written by Winfield Ross, the article contains interviews with Charlie Drayton,…

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