Westmoreland County Museum and Library

I was in Montross, VA tonight at the Westmoreland County Museum and Library. It was a beautiful day on Virginia’s Northern Neck. I was in Montross as a speaker in the museum’s “Virginia Authors” lecture series. (Even though I am not a “Virginia author,” Philip Vickers Fithian certainly was!). The crowd was small, lively, and very knowledgeable about Fithian’s Virginia diary. Thanks to Alice French for inviting me and hosting me during my visit.

I am off to Williamsburg tomorrow!

3 thoughts on “Westmoreland County Museum and Library

  1. I used to work at the Westmoreland County Museum between 1989 and 1996

    It was very educational. Since I was born in VA, it meant a lot to me. The people of Montross are very gracious, especially the Westmorland Women's Club and Mrs. Virginia Clapp. I took many pictures of the garden on Market Day and look at them frequently.

    I suggest it a wonderful place to visit for those interested in the County's history and the upstairs library.


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