Alexander Craig House in Williamsburg Art Print

Brandywine General Store


A Museum Quality Art Print of the Alexander Craig House in Williamsburg Virginia for sale by Brandywine General Store. Alexander Craig who was a saddler and harness maker acquired this property in January 1755. For many years Craig operated his business at this stand. When he died in 1776 Alexander Purdie, printer of the Virginia Gazette, stated that Craig had "carried on the saddling business, in all its branches, to a greater extent than any one ever did before in this colony." The colonial home now has an off white color siding with dark red shutters and 2 large flues at either end of the structure. Picture #480

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