“Hiding in Plain Sight: The Architecture of Charles M. Robinson”

September 23, 2019 – February 28, 2020

Image Courtesy of JMU Special Collections

Exploring the life and works of one of Virginia’s most prolific architects. The exhibit will feature architectural renderings, photographs, and ephemera pertaining to the life and works of the architect Charles M. Robinson, whose career spanned from 1889 to 1932.

The Branch Exhibitions Committee Chair
Sally Brown
for shepherding this project
and Brenden Bowman, Exhibit Curator

This exhibition and associated events are made possible through the generosity of an anonymous donor.

The Branch Museum gratefully acknowledges permission for use of images, objects, and works on paper from:
Robert A. Boynton, FAIA, Principal of Boynton Rothschild Rowland Architects, PC, Richmond
Michael Farrow and the Blair County Historical Society
Library of Virginia
Simpson Library, University of Mary Washington
Ann Willis Robinson
David Bruce Robinson, CPA
Valentine Museum
Special Collections, Virginia Commonwealth University James Branch Cabell Library
Special Collections Research Center, William & Mary Libraries
Susan Custer Willis