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Moses Myers House

Moses Myers House

Containing a remarkable number of furnishings original to the family, the Moses Myers House was one of the first brick homes built in Norfolk after the Revolutionary War, during which time the town was leveled by British bombardment and subsequent fire. The family's paintings include Gilbert Stuart's companion portraits of Moses Myers and his wife, Eliza, as well as works by Thomas Sully.

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