Nestled in the shadows of the Blue Ridge, the Roanoke Valley has developed as the capital region for western Virginia. After a century of growth fueled by transportation, education, and healthcare, the region has undergone significant visible change. While some of the valley's landmarks remain, many have been replaced or dramatically altered.the Hammonds facility was razed, and on the site today is a bank building, formerly ColonialAmerican. Hammonds had a substantial ... (Then courtesy of HSMWV.) The former Phelps and Armistead Furniture building continues to remain.
|Author||:||Nelson Harris, Harold McLeod, Historical Society of Western Virginia|
|Publisher||:||Arcadia Publishing - 2011-01-03|