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Historic Sandusky: Students

Tweets From Historic Sandusky

How Should I Prepare?

Because some of our books don't leave the facility, you should bring a fully charged phone or tablet to take pictures, or you can bring your own notepad and pens/pencils.   Items from the Langhorne Research Room require clean hands and a pencil provided by Historic Sandusky.

Bathrooms are available on site.  There are no vending machines or cafe facilities.

Wi-Fi is available in the visitor center and classroom.

The facility is HVAC-regulated, with some storage for coats, backpacks, and bags.  If your research requires that you leave the visitors facility to tour the house or walk the grounds, please dress accordingly and bring an umbrella as needed.

Do I Need An Appointment?

University of Lynchburg students are encouraged to contact Historic Sandusky prior to traveling to the house. Generally the house and its research archives are open to the public on weekends, but Lynchburg students can get customized research help if they schedule an appointment prior to arrival.

How Do I Get Here?

The GPS Coordinates are:   
Latitude: 37.380341 | Longitude: -79.196303

The bus runs here.  Route #67 from Greater Lynchburg Transit Company runs from University of Lynchburg, at the rear of campus on College Street near the corner of Thomas Road and Westwood Avenue behind the library parking lot, to Historic Sandusky house on Sandusky Drive.   Do not use Route 8B, main entrance to University of Lynchburg.

Plug Historic Sandusky into Google Maps  if driving in your own car.   Parking is available.

Other Students' Work

University of Lynchburg student works using research found in the Historic Sandusky collections:

The challenge to care : Lucy Mina Otey and the Ladies' Relief Hospital in Lynchburg, Virginia during the Civil War / by Marilyn S. Kraje. (2015)

To control the Shenandoah Valley : the battle of Lynchburg, June 17-18, 1864 / by Marshall Wood Dunn. (2014)

Jubal Early's trains : the battle of Lynchburg in historical memory / John G. Marks. (2009)