Wednesday, February 20, 2019

Museum and Archives Maintains Memory of Saint Paul's College

U.S. News & World Report posted an article by Bill Lohmann, a Richmond Times-Dispatch reporter, "Group Keeps Saint Paul's College's History Alive With Museum," on February 16, 2019.  

The original article, "With new museum, grassroots group keeps alive the history of Saint Paul's College," was first published by the Times-Dispatch on January 6, 2019.

Lohmann relates the work of of community volunteers, including Saint Paul’s alumni, to form a nonprofit organization after the institution in Lawrenceville, VA closed in June 2013.  The James Solomon Russell-Saint Paul’s College Museum and Archives is now open several days a week and the group has a website where you can find more information, volunteer, or donate.
You can also review the Museum page on Facebook to follow activities of the group.
Information about Saint Paul's College and events leading up to its closure can be found in previous posts on College History Garden: