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Gregg D. Kimball

Director of Publications and Educational Services

Library of Virginia

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Library of Virginia

800 East Broad Street

Richmond, Virginia,23219

United States

Company Description

The Library of Virginia (www.lva.virginia.gov), located in historic downtown Richmond, holds the world's most extensive collection of material about the Old Dominion and has been a steward of the commonwealth's documentary and printed heritage since 1823. The ...more

Background Information

Employment History

Director

Virginia , Inc.


Affiliations

Valentine Museum

Curator and Historian


Virginia Commission for the Arts

Richmond Folk Festival Program Committee


Southside Homewreckers

Member


Education

B.A.

history

University of New Hampshire


doctorate

American history

University of Virginia


master's degree

history and library science

University of Maryland


Web References(105 Total References)


RVA MAG | Richmond, VA | NEWS | MAYOR STONEY ANNOUNCES COMMISSION ON CONFEDERATE STATUES FOR MONUMENT AVENUE

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Stoney has appointed 13 people to the committee, such as Christy Coleman, CEO of the American Civil War Museum, and Gregg Kimball, director of education and outreach for the Library of Virginia, who were appointed as commission co-chairs, and former city councilman Jon Baliles.


Slaves Waiting for Sale | With Good Reason Radio

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With: Gregg Kimball (Library of Virginia)
Gregg Kimball talks about a new exhibition of art dealing with the American slave trade.


New Exhibit on Black Business Opened June 27 | Legacy Museum

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They are Betsy-Johnson Whitten, exhibit designer; Ted Delaney, archivist and curator of Lynchburg's Old City Cemetery; Charles Bethea, director of the Black History Museum and Cultural Center of Virginia in Richmond; Debra Newman Ham, professor of history at Morgan State University in Baltimore; and Gregg D. Kimball, director of publications at the Library of Virginia in Richmond.


Virginia Sesquicentennial Commemoration of the American Civil War

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Gregg D. Kimball
Gregg D. Kimball is Director of Publications and Educational Services at the Library of Virginia and previously worked at the Valentine Richmond History Museum for almost ten years. He holds the Ph.D. in history from the University of Virginia as well as a Master of Library Science from the University of Maryland. He has published numerous essays and articles, and authored the book American City, Southern Place: A Cultural History of Antebellum Richmond (University of Georgia Press, 2000).


WRIR Presents: A Richmond Music History Tour

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Join Richmond music historian Gregg Kimball, Don Harrison and their able WRIR assistants as they take you on a two hour journey through your city's music history.
Dr. Gregg D. Kimball is Director of Public Services and Outreach at the Library of Virginia. Gregg is the author of the book American City, Southern Place: A Cultural History of Antebellum Richmond and numerous articles and essays. He has lectured and written extensively on musical traditions, developing themed multimedia performances on American labor, blues, gospel, and country music. He organized the Folklife Area of the National Folk Festival in 2006 around the theme of work and labor, and currently serves on the Richmond Folk Festival Program Committee and as a panelist for the Virginia Commission for the Arts touring roster.


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