ⓘ Lee Memorial Park
Lee Memorial Park is a historic park and national historic district located at Petersburg, Virginia. The district includes two contributing buildings, three contributing sites, and two contributing structures. They are the park superintendents house, the bathhouse, Willcox Lake reservoir, the Civil War earthworks, the parks system of roadways, paths and trails, the parks general topography and the Lee Park Wild Flower and Bird Sanctuary created by the Works Progress Administration between 1935 and 1940. As part of the W.P.A. project, Petersburg artist Bessie Niemeyer Marshall painted 238 watercolors of Lee Park herbarium specimens.
It was listed on the National register of historic places in 2000.
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