World War I

The exhibition examines the lives of the Dooleys, who owned the estate and helped support the war from home with both their money and their labor. more


A Memorial Day program at the Virginia Museum of History & Culture spotlights Woodrow Wilson's 1919 limousine as part of a yearlong World War I remembrance. more


Two exhibitions focus on social and political changes resulting from World War I, a conflict that is little understood or remembered. more


The Library of Virginia seeks public input about the subjects of its upcoming exhibition featuring African-American participants in World War I. more


A new film premiering at the VMFA Jan. 20 explores "The Gilded Age" of American economic might, which set the nation on a course for prosperity — and war. more

Stage & Screen

Workers’ cottages invite latter-day do-it-yourselfers more


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