from the originial painting "Stuart's Ride Around McClellan" © 1995 Mort Kunstler, Inc.
Stuart-Mosby Historical Society Completes Restoration of
Major General James Ewell Brown Stuart, CSA
The Stuart-Mosby Historical Society has completed the restoration of the statue honoring Major General James Ewell Brown (JEB) Stuart located on Historic Monument Avenue in the City of Richmond, Virginia.
The Stuart statue, owned by the City of Richmond, is one of a series of monuments on the avenue that annually attracts thousands of visitors to Virginia’s Capital City.
First installed in May 1907, and resurfaced 30-plus years ago, the Stuart Statue became discolored and needed repair in various places. Steve Roy, with Bronze et al, Ltd., and his staff completed the repairs in April and May 2016. The Society held a ceremony in May to recognize the generous donors to this important project.
The Stuart-Mosby Historical Society intends to establish a fund to underwrite yearly maintenance of this important symbol of its heritage. The SMHS is a 501 (c) 3 tax exempt organization as defined by the Internal Revenue Service.
The Stuart Monument is one of a series of seven attractions in Richmond that have earned designation as a National Historic Landmark. The Historic District includes statues of Robert E. Lee (1890), Stuart (1907), Jefferson Davis (1907), Stonewall Jackson (1919), Commodore Mathew F. Maury (1929) and Arthur Ashe (1996).
For more information about this project, contact SMHS President Ben Trittipoe (e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org, cell phone at 571-274-2467).
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Stuart-Mosby Civil War Cavalry Museum
13938 Braddock Road, Centreville, Virginia
Go Route 29 from Fairfax Court House and make a right onto Braddock Road (if you pass Route 28 you missed the turn), and go past Mt. Gilead road on your right and turn into the first parking lot on your right (after passing Mr. Gilead Road). The museum is the second building in the parking lot.
Hours of Operation
Saturday from 10am to 4pm
Sunday from 1pm to 4pm
Monday from 10am to 4pm
The Stuart-Mosby Historical Society is a 501 (c) 3 non-profit organization established to research and preserve accurate history and to perpetuate the memory and deeds of General J.E.B. Stuart and Colonel John S. Mosby.
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