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John Marshall House

John Marshall HouseJohn Marshall House
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818 E Marshall Street, Richmond, VA, United States, 23219
Built in 1790, this is the oldest brick house surviving in Richmond. For 45 years it was the home of the third Chief Justice of the United States, John Marshall. Restored as a museum, it contains original home furnishings and artifacts from Marshall's professional life. This a must-see for all history lovers.
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