Katharine and R.J. Reynolds and their family moved into Reynolda at the end of 1917. These photographs, likely taken around that same time, show how many of the interior spaces in the house were originally arranged and furnished. Drawn from the museum’s historic photographs collection, these images served as a blueprint for the 2005 interpretation of many of these rooms.
Southeast corner of Library with fireplace. Includes framed photos of R.J. Reynolds, Jr. and Lelia Rosalind (Wilson) Gray
Northwest corner of Reception Hall and balcony. Includes portrait of William Hardin Reynolds
Reception Hall and balcony, west end. Includes screen in front of organ; portrait of Nancy Jane Cox Reynolds; portrait of William Hardin Reynolds; and French doors to sleeping porch open.