The James City County Courthouse complex on Francis Street, early June, 1937.
This panorama shot was made by a tourist who glued three photographs side-by-side.
Visible from left to right (you will need to scroll right) are the Public Library (now
the reconstructed Nicholas-Tyler Office), the Confederate Monument, the Courthouse, and
the Attorney's Office. The monument was moved to this location (amid controversy) in
May, 1932. The courthouse, which was built on the site of Williamsburg first
courthouse (of 1715), is now a parking lot for Williamsburg Lodge.
Thanks to Louise Kale for these photographs.