Memorial to the Women of the Confederacy

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The Memorial to the Women of the Confederacy, also known as the U.D.C. Memorial Building, is a historic building located in Richmond, Virginia, that serves as the national headquarters of the U.D.C. It was listed on the U.S.wikipedia
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United Daughters of the Confederacy

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The Memorial to the Women of the Confederacy, also known as the U.D.C. Memorial Building, is a historic building located in Richmond, Virginia, that serves as the national headquarters of the U.D.C. It was listed on the U.S. National Register of Historic Places in 2008.
Its headquarters is located in the Memorial Building to the Women of the Confederacy, Richmond, Virginia.

Richmond, Virginia

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The Memorial to the Women of the Confederacy, also known as the U.D.C. Memorial Building, is a historic building located in Richmond, Virginia, that serves as the national headquarters of the U.D.C. It was listed on the U.S. National Register of Historic Places in 2008.

United States

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The Memorial to the Women of the Confederacy, also known as the U.D.C. Memorial Building, is a historic building located in Richmond, Virginia, that serves as the national headquarters of the U.D.C. It was listed on the U.S. National Register of Historic Places in 2008.

National Register of Historic Places

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The Memorial to the Women of the Confederacy, also known as the U.D.C. Memorial Building, is a historic building located in Richmond, Virginia, that serves as the national headquarters of the U.D.C. It was listed on the U.S. National Register of Historic Places in 2008.

Virginia General Assembly

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The Park was created in 1934 by an act of the Assembly of Virginia which states in part that ″said tract of land has long been the site of the home for Confederate Soldiers and Sailors, and is thus intimately associated with Confederate memories... is also near the Confederate Memorial Institute and Home for Needy Confederate Women, and for those said reasons will constitute a peculiarly fitting and appropriate location for a Confederate Memorial Park...″ It was built between 1955 and 1957, and is a one-story, three part, marble-clad building in a stripped classical style.

Old soldiers' home

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The Park was created in 1934 by an act of the Assembly of Virginia which states in part that ″said tract of land has long been the site of the home for Confederate Soldiers and Sailors, and is thus intimately associated with Confederate memories... is also near the Confederate Memorial Institute and Home for Needy Confederate Women, and for those said reasons will constitute a peculiarly fitting and appropriate location for a Confederate Memorial Park...″ It was built between 1955 and 1957, and is a one-story, three part, marble-clad building in a stripped classical style.

Stripped Classicism

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The Park was created in 1934 by an act of the Assembly of Virginia which states in part that ″said tract of land has long been the site of the home for Confederate Soldiers and Sailors, and is thus intimately associated with Confederate memories... is also near the Confederate Memorial Institute and Home for Needy Confederate Women, and for those said reasons will constitute a peculiarly fitting and appropriate location for a Confederate Memorial Park...″ It was built between 1955 and 1957, and is a one-story, three part, marble-clad building in a stripped classical style.

Creole marble

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It was constructed principally of Georgia marble, with entrance doors of architectural bronze decorated with the organization's badge.

Bronze

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It was constructed principally of Georgia marble, with entrance doors of architectural bronze decorated with the organization's badge.

Brick

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The walks are of red Virginia brick.

Ladies' Memorial Association

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