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Museum Could Anchor Richmond’s River Walk 

You are on target about moving valued, historic properties to locations where they can be used and viewed. I wish the powers that be would relocate the White House of the Confederacy to the vacant property at Second and Byrd streets. It would be the far end of a wonderful river walk including the Canal, Tredegar and the White House. It could be a tourist destination.

Walt Pulliam Jr.
Henrico County

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