When you sponsor a page on the Museum of the Confederacy Website your gift goes directly to support the work of the Museum in artifact preservation and presentation, research and cataloging in the library’s archives, and education programs that unlock and share the secrets and mysteries held within the century old collection. Whether it is a newly discovered diary, a long lost flag, or a new sideboard in the “White House of the Confederacy”, your gift connects people to the history and makes it all our story.
Hand Made by S. Waite Rawls III, President and CEO of the Museum of the Confederacy. White House of the Confederacy is 9.75 x 12.5. Cost is $790.00 These are hand-made when ordered so please allow 90 to 120 days for completion. Waite can do any subject. You could have a pet, second home or whatever your imigination desires.
This portrait is one of only six that are known to have been painted while Lee was alive, only one of which was painted from life during the War. Less than 180 of the strictly-limited run of 500 numbered prints remain. Once these have been sold, this print will no longer be available. As this is a special fund-raising item for the Museum of the Confederacy, member discounts will not be applied. Measures 21 wide x 26 high. ** Large prints require additional handling fees for shipping due to size and weight **
This item hand made by the talented President/CEO of the Museum of the Confederacy, Waite Rawls. As shown, each belt features various flags, which are part of the MOCs extensive collection, embroidered onto the belt. Waite is willing to customize each belt with flags of your choosing, and will even include your initials. This is a special fund-raising item for the Museum of the Confederacy, and is available to all interested parties for $350.00 per belt. You may contact the Haversack Store at 804-649-1861 x 53 to place your order.
Copy of the Original Confederate Constitution. This unique collectible is a full-size replica of the original Provisional Confederate Constitution located here at the Museum of the Confederacy. As is the authentic Constitution, this reproduction is ten feet in length and wound on a large wooden roller.