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In 1900, Ashland became a 20th century town, along with the rest of the country and the world. The new century brought many new challenges and new ideas. Visit the Ashland Museum to explore Ashland’s journey from 1900 to 1940.
The Ashland Museum Board of Directors is always a “work in progress”. New people are welcomed to our Board periodically as other members have become Advisors, “as-needed” volunteers, or have stepped away from the project (only temporarily we hope).
Our current Board is listed below, […]
Rosanne Shalf, President of the Ashland Museum, and Sherry Graves, member of the Virginia Homespun Dance Ensemble, will present a program about 19th Century Women’s Clothing on Sunday, […]
Untold Stories: Growing Up In Ashland/Hanover, the Black and White Experience– a panel of elder citizens tell stories about growing up in Ashland. This second installment in an annual series will focus on how teens and young adults met and socialized in the 1940s, ‘50s […]
This exhibit presents background on and a description of the two Ashland Historic Districts: the Randolph-Macon Historic College Complex and the Ashland Historic District. Designated in 1979 and 1983, respectively, each has specific boundaries, criteria for inclusion of structures and definitions of “contributing structures”.
Five distinctive homes within the Ashland Historic District are profiled in […]