Historic lens: Gundars Osvalds rediscovers the Vinegar Hill neighborhood


At the age of 16, budding photographer Gundars Osvalds took pictures throughout Charlottesville’s Vinegar Hill neighborhood after learning of its imminent destruction under the federal urban renewal project. Photo courtesy of the artist

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