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Richmond police on Sunday recognized the motorbike driver killed in a crash Saturday.
Police in a press release mentioned Allenmichael Marrs, 31, of Charlottesville, died.
Police at about 6:31 p.m. had been known as to East thirty fifth Avenue and East Broad Rock Street for a report of a crash involving a sport-utility automobile and the motorbike.
The SUV driver was travelling east on East Broad Rock and turned north onto thirty fifth when the motorbike collided with the SUV, police mentioned.
Marrs was pronounced useless on the scene. The Medical Examiner will decide the trigger and method of demise.
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Anybody with details about the crash is requested to name police at (804) 646-0280 or Crime Stoppers at (804) 780-1000.
This July 1955 picture exhibits the constructing, at Madison and Grace streets in Richmond, that when sat downtown and housed First Presbyterian Church. Accomplished in 1853 on the present web site of Outdated Metropolis Corridor, the constructing’s outer shell was moved to Madison and Grace within the mid-Eighteen Eighties to make room for town constructing. In 1943, the Acca Shriners, who had misplaced the Mosque (now Altria Theater) through the Nice Melancholy, bought the previous church constructing. They used it till the mid-Nineteen Fifties; the constructing has since been torn down.
In Could 1977, this 150-foot smokestack got here down, due to Managed Demolition of Towson, Md. The smokestack stood behind what was Broad Avenue Station in Richmond; the demolition was a part of a contract with the state for elimination of the stack and a number of other buildings within the space.
St Andrew’s College
This April 1951 picture exhibits St. Andrew’s College in Richmond’s Oregon Hill space. Famous philanthropist Grace Arents based the varsity in 1894 and was a key supporter of St. Andrew’s Episcopal Church. The college supplied a variety of applications, together with stitching, music and bodily training. It nonetheless stands at present, serving low-income youngsters.
In Could 1959, the Chesapeake and Ohio Railway introduced plans to maneuver a couple of third of its workforce from Richmond to Huntington, W.Va., by 1961-62. Many workers labored within the First and Retailers Nationwide Financial institution constructing at Ninth Avenue downtown, which was partially owned by C&O. The constructing has been transformed to First Nationwide Residences.
This July 1947 picture exhibits the brand new Curles Neck Dairy plant at 1600 Roseneath Street in Richmond. The constructing, which value greater than $200,000, gave the 13-year-old dairy trendy options together with a refreshment room that served as much as 50 individuals, ice-cream-making services and curbside service. The constructing is now residence to the Dairy Bar restaurant.
This March 1987 picture exhibits the Impartial Order of St. Luke constructing at 900 St. James St. in Richmond, which was the brand new residence for town’s Head Begin program. The constructing, which at present stands empty, was constructed within the early 1900s and was expanded between 1915 and 1920. It was residence to the benevolent society below Maggie Walker’s management, in addition to the primary location of the St. Luke Penny Financial savings Financial institution that she ran. The constructing is on the Nationwide Register of Historic Locations.
This Could 1935 picture exhibits Herbert’s shoe retailer at 419 E. Broad St. in downtown Richmond. The shop marketed itself as “the primary air-cooled shoe retailer in all the South.” A fall sale that 12 months supplied girls’s footwear as little as $1.77.
This Could 1957 picture exhibits the Woolworth’s at Fifth and Broad streets in downtown Richmond. The $1 million constructing opened in September 1954, and it housed a number of departments for the close by Miller & Rhoads, which had an earlier retailer on the positioning within the late 1800s. An advert for the Woolworth’s Easter sale supplied purses for $1, information for 99 cents, and cowhide and plastic belts for between 39 and 98 cents.
In February 1968, the Nationwide Theater on East Broad Avenue in Richmond was about to bear a $150,000 transforming to make it appropriate as a movie show – the constructing, which opened in 1923, was designed extra for vaudeville and different dwell performances. In June 1968, the theater reopened as The Towne and operated till 1983. It has since been restored once more and now hosts concert events.