TOP LOGO HomeContact UsSite Map
INDEXRow2xCol1.gif
   Membership About Us   Shop HFFI News Events & Tours Projects & Properties Links  
INDEXRow4xCol1.gif
SHADOW

 
Shop HFFI
Buy A Brick!
 
  THEME IMAGE
   
 
Members get a 10% discount off all items!
(Please be careful to select the proper item from
the drop down lists to get your discount.)


Gifts and Publications
Tax included. Shipping will be added at point of sale.
  Annals of the Patawomekes $6.00
The Decline of the Potomac Creek Indians
By, Ralph Happel
Non-Member or Member
Jane Howison Beale paperback Jane Howison Beale hard cover   A Woman in a War-Torn Town: The Journal of Jane Howison Beale Soft Cover $14.63 / Hard Cover $39.50
Fredericksburg, Virginia 1850-1862
Edited by Kerri S. Barile and Barbara P. Willis
With contributions from John Hennessey and Paula S. Felder
Mrs. Beale’s journal stands as one of the best accounts of life in a small Southern town during the 1850s and early 1860s. This new edition of her diary includes color photographs, updated endnotes, and an Introduction by John Hennessy and Barbara Willis. Her spelling and punctuation are reproduced as they appear in her own handwriting. Available in soft cover and hard cover. The hard-cover edition is a numbered limited edition designed to emulate her actual journal.

ON SALE NOW!!!

Editions
  The Circle Unbroken: Civil War Letters of the Knox Family of Fredericksburg $33.00
The Central Rappahannock Heritage Center, Inc.
And The Historic Fredericksburg Foundation, Inc.
Non-Member or Member
  Fielding Lewis and the Washington Family $18.00
By Paula S. Felder
Table of Contents
The Washingtons
The Lewises
How Fredericksburg Grew
Rising to the Top
The Early Years of a Momentous Decade
Fredericksburg and the War for Independence
Non-Member or Member
   
 

The Fredericksburg Fire of 1807 $8.00
The Fredericksburg Fire of 1807
By, Edward Alvey, Jr.
Table of Contents
Fires and Fire-Fighting in the Late Eighteenth and early Nineteenth Centuries
The Fire of October 19, 1807
Funds Raised to Aid the Sufferers
The estimates of Losses
Funds Disbursed

Non-Member or Member
Fredericksburg: The Offical Guide   Fredericksburg: The Official Guide $14.00
Researched and Compiled by the
Historic Fredericksburg Foundation, Inc.
Some of the Chapters:
Caroline Street Commercial District
General Hugh Mercer Monument
Masonic Lodge No. 4
The St. James House
Ferry Farm
And many others!! Order yours today!!
Non-Member or Member
George Washington's Fredericksburg   George Washington’s Fredericksburg $9.50
By Paula S. Felder
This all-new edition eloquently describes the Fredericksburg that Washington experienced, both as a youth growing up on Ferry Farm and later, as the man set to become our nations’ first President. Through Felder’s historical narrative, and Washington’s own words, eighteenth-century Fredericksburg comes alive. This revised edition includes a Foreword by HFFI Executive Director, Sean Maroney, all new photographs and sketches, and additional information recently uncovered on Washington’s early life on the Rappahannock.
Non-Member or Member
   
  The Journal of Fredericksburg History, V5 $5.00
Volume 5 2000, HFFI
Table of Contents
Oakley: Renewal of an Historic farm in Spotsylvania County, Virginia
Prosperity in Hard Times: Fredericksburg During the Great Depression
Early Residential Electrical Wiring: 1106 Charles Street, Fredericksburg, Virginia
Anne Wilson Rowe: An Interview through Historic Fredericksburg, Foundations Oral History Project
Member Volumes 5-9
Non - Member Volumes 5-9
  The Journal of Fredericksburg History, V6 $5.00
Volume 6 2002, HFFI
Table of Contents
Drug Dealing in America, Part I: A History of Colonial Medicine Sales in Fredericksburg
Drugstores and Pharmacies in Fredericksburg
Other Independent Drugstores in the area
Chain Drugstores
Known Pharmacists at Goolricks Drugstore
Druggist and Pharmacist
Drugstores of Bowling Green
Drugstores of Spotsylvania County
Drugstores of Tappahannock
Drugstores of Colonial Beach
Chain Drugstore Managers
Other Known Employees
Known Dentists
Known Physicians
Know Midwives
 
  The Journal of Fredericksburg History, V7 $5.00
Volume 7 2003, HFFI
Table of Contents
The Lewis Store- A Restoration Project of the Historic Fredericksburg Foundation, Inc.
George washingtons Teacher: An Unknown Man
That Sable Hero: African-Americans in the
Fredericksburg Area
Willingness Alone does Not Constitute A Serviceable Organization The Garland Light Infantry, 1881-1895
 
 

The Journal of Fredericksburg History, V8 $5.00
Volume 8 2004, HFFI
Table of Contents
Colonial Fredericksburg and Threatrical Entertainment
A History of the Fredericksburg Jockey Club
"Tonight at Citizens Hall...." Fredericksburg's Theater on Princess Anne Street
Fredericksburg Movie Theatres: From the Opera House to Mr. Pitts
"I Would Dance and Dance and Never Sit Down"

 

The Journal of Fredericksburg History, V9 $5.00
Volume 9 2005, HFFI
Table of Contents
50 Years of Historic Fredericksburg Foundation
American Golgotha: The Creation and Early History of Fredericksburg National Cemetery
The Mary Washington Branch of the Association for the Preservation of Virginia
Partners in Preservation: HFFI and the Fredericksburg Area Museum and Cultural Center
Buildings Saved in the Early Years of Historic Fredericksburg Foundation

 

The Journal of Fredericksburg History, V10 $5.00
Volume 10 2008, HFFI
Table of Contents

The Lost Masonic Cemetery of Fredericksburg
Settling the Hanover Street CorridorOne Subdivision at a Time
First-Class in Every Respect: Commerce, Construction and Conflict on the Fredericksburg Hardware Store Lot
Some Notes on Slave Traders and 300 Caroline Street

Non-Member or Member
 

The Journal of Fredericksburg History, V11 $5.00
Volume 11 2009, HFFI
Table of Contents

From Great Virginians to Gloria Swanson: A History of Smithfield and the Fredericksburg Country Club
A Warm Reception for a Chilly Business: The Sentry Box Ice House
Fitzhugh of Chatham: Wealth, Position, and Obligation in Eighteenth-Century Virginia
Let Truth Guide Your Words: A Letter From Ann Randolph Fitzhugh to Her Daughters
The Swift Run Gap Turnpike
The Mystery of Fredericksburgs Nineteenth-Century Tunnels
The 1885 Salvation Army Invasion of Fredericksburg, or Happy Jennies Defeat
Murder and Magic at the Washington Farm

Non-Member or Member
 

The Journal of Fredericksburg History, V12 $5.00
Volume 12 2010, HFFI
Table of Contents

The Original Goolrick (Almost): Some Notes on Peter Goolrick­-Mayor, Speculator, Merchant, and…Diplomat?
Fall Hill and the Thornton Family: Symbols of Friendship and Fortitude in Fredericksburg
“Watch for the Morning:” Moncure Daniel Conway, Falmouth’s Southern Emancipationist
Slave Housing and Slavery in the Fredericksburg Area
Where Shadows Dwell: The Lore and Lure of Pine Forest, the DeJarnette Family, and the Indomitable “Miss Eva” of Spotsylvania County
The Old Methodist Church Lot in Liberty Town

Non-Member or Member
 

The Journal of Fredericksburg History, V13 $5.00
Volume 13 2012, HFFI
Carl’s: Fast Food the Old-Fashioned Way
A Positive Force In the Community: The Fredericksburg Architectural Review Board
The Expansion of the U.S. Marine Corps Base at Quantico
With Quill From the Quarters: The Writings of Kate Doggett Boggs
The Trench Hill Block

Non-Member or Member
 

The Journal of Fredericksburg History, V14 $5.00
Volume 14 2013, HFFI
"An Eventful Spot in the History of the Confederacy": Forest Hill at Hamilton’s Crossing, Virginia
The Poems of Frank Fratoe
Annie Jean Arnaud
George A. Mills and The People’s Mission
The Kenmore Brigade

Non-Member or Member
  HFFI’s 2014 Christmas Ornament $24.00 (non-member), $21.00 (member)
Sandra Z. Staley designed the ornament to replicate the sidelights on either side of the front door at 1601 Caroline Street. It was created in pewter by Salisbury Pewter.
Non-Member or Member
Ornament Number
  HFFI’s 2013 Christmas Ornament $24.00 (non-member), $21.00 (member)
Sandra Z. Staley designed the ornament to replicate a feature from the porch railing at 306 Caroline Street. It was created in pewter by Salisbury Pewter.
Non-Member or Member
Ornament Number
  HFFI’s 2012 Christmas Ornament $24.00 (non-member), $21.00 (member)
This year’s ornament replicates the gate at 700 Hanover Street. It was designed and created in pewter by Salisbury Pewter.
Non-Member or Member
Ornament Number
  HFFI’s 2011 Christmas Ornament $24.00 (non-member), $21.00 (member)
Sandra Z. Staley designed the ornament to replicate the fence post design on the cast iron fence at 404 Hanover Street. It was created in pewter by Salisbury Pewter.
Non-Member or Member
Ornament Number
  HFFI's 2010 Christmas Ornament $24.00 (non-member), $21.00 (member)
Sandra Z. Staley designed the ornament as a replica of the gable vent gingerbread decoration on 1103 Princess Anne Street. It was created in pewter by Salisbury Pewter.
Non-Member or Member
  HFFI's 2009 Christmas Ornament $24.00 (non-member), $21.00 (member)
Sandra Z. Staley designed the ornament after a particularly eye-catching window found on two of this year's tour properties, 1305 & 1407 Washington Avenue. The arrangement of muntins, narrow pieces of wood that divide individual panes of glass in a window into delicate tracery patterns of repeating geometric shapes, was one of the hallmarks of the Gothic Revival architectural style, popular in the U.S. between circa 1820 and 1860. The same idea was often borrowed and incorporated into Victorian and other late nineteenth-century architectural styles. It was created in pewter by Salisbury Pewter.
Non-Member or Member
  HFFI's 2008 Christmas Ornament $12.00
Sandra Z. Staley designed the ornament after the screen door element at 129 Caroline Street. It is a decorative door medallion based on the Victorian fretwork on the porch posts. It was created in pewter by Salisbury Pewter.
Non - Member Year
  HFFI's 2007 Christmas Ornament $12.00
Sandra Z. Staley designed the ornament after the Brompton Oak which has been called a witness tree, acknowledging the trees extraordinary longevity and the history it has witnessed. The Brompton oak stands in front of Brompton, the official residence of the University of Mary Washington president. It was created in pewter by Salisbury Pewter.
Member Year
  HFFI's 2006 Christmas Ornament $12.00
Sandra Z. Staley designed the ornament after the shamrock-style fretwork adorning the front porch of 511 Fauquier Street.  It was created in Pewter by David Kelley of Cardinal Pewter.
 
 

HFFI's 2005 Christmas Ornament $12.00
Created by Ralph Gooch of Cardinal Pewter in Fredericksburg, the 2005 ornament celebrates Historic Fredericksburg Foundations 50th anniversary with our old logo and registered trademark.

 
 

HFFI's 2004 Christmas Ornament $12.00
Created by Ralph Gooch of Cardinal Pewter in Fredericksburg, the 2004 ornament is patterned after a portion of the restored DeLisle bronze gates which flank the entrance of the Jepson Alumni Executive Center of the University of Mary Washington.

 

HFFI's 2003 Christmas Ornament $12.00
The 2003 Ornament is patterned after a portion of the leaded sidelights adorning the front door of 610 Lewis Street.

 

HFFI's 2000 Christmas Ornament $12.00
The 2000 Ornament is inspired by the drop finial which adorns the second story porch at 400 Hanover Street.

 
 

HFFI's 1995 Christmas Ornament $12.00
The 1995 Ornament honors the 25th Christmas Candlelight Tour by featuring the well-known Candlelight Tour emblem of a hurricane globe nestled in a Christmas wreath.

 
 

HFFI's Poster of the History of Hanover Street $5.00
Kerri Barile designed this poster to highlight the homes that were a part of our 2007 Candlelight Tour.

Non-Member or Member
  Lewis Store Print $20.00
By John Burnette
Black & White matted print of the Lewis Store before the restoration. These are all signed and numbered by local artist John Burnette.
Non-Member or Member
  NEW!! HFFI Note Cards $5.00 (set of 7)
Sonja P. Wise designed our new note cards which depict the pen & ink drawings of our seven 2008 Candlelight Tour homes. They are sold in a pack of 7 (one of each home) for just $5.00. They are blank inside and come with envelopes. The name of the home and the circa date are on the back.
Non-Member or Member
  NEW!! HFFI T-Shirts $10.00 (long-sleeve) & $8.00 (short-sleeve)
Kerri S. Barile designed our new T-shirts. They come in grey and burgundy in long-sleeve and short-sleeve. The HFFI logo is on the front left pocket area and the back shows the quoins that corner the Lewis Store. Choose from 2 sayings on the back: (1) HFFI Preserving Fredericksburg - Block by Block and (2) HFFI Driving City Officials Crazy Since 1955. We have Youth M through Adult 2XL.

Block by Block Short Sleeve Shirts
Member Colors & Sizes
Non - Member Colors & Sizes

Block by Block Long Sleeve Shirts
Member Color & Sizes
Non - Member Color & Sizes

City Officials Short Sleeve Shirts
Member Color & Sizes
Non - Member Color & Sizes

City Officials Long Sleeve Shirts
Member Color & Sizes
Non - Member Color & Sizes
 
 
 


INDEXRow8xCol1.jpg
BOTTOM LEFT IMAGE
Preserving, protecting and revitalizing
the character of Fredericksburg
Copyright 2005, Historic Fredericksburg Foundation
:: Privacy Policy
:: Contact Us
:: Terms of Use
:: About This Site