On view in the June Stedman Hennage Gallery
This exhibition was made possible through the generosity of Don and Elaine Bogus.
This exhibition reveals Williamsburg and vicinity through objects that were made or imported by the people who once lived and worked here. Guests will find portraits of merchants, clerics, and children, furniture made by Williamsburg cabinetmakers, African American pottery, an iron warming machine imported from London, a Cherokee stone pipe, and many other goods with histories in and around the town. The exhibition complements your visit to the Historic Area by exploring the lives and stories of real people through the things they made or owned.