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Collectible Ornaments

The 19th Edition Collectible Ornament "Woodville School" is now available for purchase.

The Gloucester Historical Committee is offering this series of ornaments commemorating the historical buildings of the Gloucester. The 24 karat gold overlay ornaments are gift boxed and contain a "Romance Card" narrating the history of the building.

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Availability

Ornaments are available by mail as noted on the form (PDF). The ornaments, costing $18 on site or $20 by mail, are available at the Gloucester Museum of History, Gloucester Library's Main and Point Branches, Gloucester Visitor's Center, and Gloucester Treasurer's Office. Ornaments are also available at the The Gloucester Museum of History are Gloucester County Garden Flags. The durable green 12 inch by 18 inch flags have the County seal appliqued on both sides and may be purchased for $15 payable to "Friends of the Museum."

Books for Sale

Books are available at the Gloucester Museum of History Gift Shop. Please stop by the Museum to purchase a copy of any of the books (PDF) or contact the Museum for the additional shipping and handling costs for mailed book orders.

Cemeteries of Lower Gloucester and More Cemeteries of Gloucester County Virginia

A book by Harry R. Jordan.

These books are available at the Gloucester Museum of History for $40 per copy. Please stop by the Museum to purchase a copy or print out and send in the order form (PDF) to have one mailed to you for $44.

Proceedings of the Gloucester Monument Association

At the unveiling of the monument at Gloucester Court House, Virginia on Wednesday, September 18, 1889.

Reproduced and enhanced in 2004 by the combined efforts of Betty Jean Deal, Director of the Gloucester Museum of History and L. Roane Hunt, Past President of the Gloucester Genealogical Society of Gloucester, VA. The 42 page booklet is $3 plus $1 postage, for a total of $4. Available from:
"Friends of the Museum"
P. O. Box 1176
Gloucester, VA 23061-1176

Please make checks payable to "Friends of the Museum."

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