Raleigh Tavern Note Cards
Boxed notecard and envelope set 10 full-color notecards with 10 ivory envelopes Colonial Williamsburg Historic Area scene Image by artist Ned Young Note cards blank inside Cards: 4" x 5½" Made in USA WILLIAMSBURG exclusive!
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Share a nice handwritten note and a touch of Colonial Williamsburg's historic charm with family, friends, or whomever you'd like to send a kind thought. This boxed notecard set includes 10 full-color notecards featuring a quaint street view of the Raleigh Tavern created by artist Ned Young. Celebrate the lost art of letter writing with a card that celebrates a moment in history. Cards: 4" x 5½"
|Established around 1717, the Raleigh Tavern served many purposes— it sold theater tickets, and merchandise and slaves were auctioned from its steps. Washington was a frequent diner at the Raleigh, along with many other leading Virginians. The original building was destroyed in a fire in 1859. After it was dedicated in 1932, the reconstructed Raleigh Tavern became Colonial Williamsburg's first exhibition building.|