Toured this home after enjoying a lovely lunch at Mama J's restaurant around the corner. This is part of the national park service so we had a park ranger provide about 1.5 tour of the house and provide an encyclopedic knowledge of this great American who was the first woman bank president in America and helped anchor this prestigious neighborhood and community of African Americans in Richmond at the turn of the 20th century. Loved the home,the history, the ranger and the photographs and antiques. Free admission included a 12 minute movie narrated by Maggie L Walker. So glad we found this gem in historic Jackson Ward. Wonderful way to learn more about Richmond and America during this era.
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