Charlottesville Photographer Shares His Collection
The photos were digitized by Steve Trumbull of the Charlottesville Historical Image Library.
A Charlottesville photographer is sharing a piece of history with the community Sunday night.
A crowd gathered at Cville Coffee for "Roseberry's Charlottesville" - a photography show that shares never-before-seen pictures and old favorites from Ed Roseberry's collection.
The photos were digitized by Steve Trumbull of the Charlottesville Historical Image Library, and the show was narrated by Roseberry.
"People love to come out and see Ed, he's part of the history of Charlottesville and his stories are so wonderful and it gives context to the images that Steve has digitized and brings out, and then Ed can give the story and it really makes them come to life for everyone," said Karyn Trumbull, who attended the show.
The show celebrates a milestone for Roseberry. The photographer turned 88-years-old earlier this month.
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