Library of Virginia

The Library of Virginia in Richmond, Virginia, is the library agency of the Commonwealth of Virginia. It serves as the archival agency and the reference library for Virginia's seat of government. The Library moved into a new building in 1997 and is located at 800 East Broad Street, two blocks from the Virginia State Capitol building. It was formerly known as the Virginia State Library and as the Virginia State Library and Archives.

Formally founded by the Virginia General Assembly in 1823, the Library of Virginia organizes, cares for, and manages the state's collection of books and official records, many of which date back to the early colonial period. It houses what is believed to be the most comprehensive collection of materials on Virginia government, history, and culture available anywhere. Its research collections contain more than 808,500 bound volumes; 678,790 public documents; 410,330 microforms, including 45,684 reels of microfilmed newspapers; 308,900 photographs and other pictorial materials; 101.8 million manuscript items and records; and several hundred thousand prints, broadsides, and newspapers. Provided by Wikipedia

by Ingle, Edward
Published 1922
D. Bottom, Superintendent Public Printing
...Bulletin of the Virginia State Library...

by McIlwaine, Henry Read
Published 1918
...Virginia State Library...

by McIlwaine, Henry Read
Published 1925
Virginia State Library
...Virginia State Library...

by Eckenrode, Hamilton James
Published 1910
D. Bottom, Superintendent of Public Printing
...Virginia State Library...

by Kennedy, John Pendleton
Published 1905
...Virginia State Library...