September 13

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Significant events that happened (or will happen) on September 13.


  • 1952Edward D. McCreary Jr, Black candidate for the House of Delegates, addresses the Charlottesville's branch of the Voter's League [1]
  • 1962 – Charlottesville School Board votes to recommend that City Council reinstate a compulsory school attendance law that had been suspended when schools were ordered to be desegregated. Many in Charlottesville continued to resist. [2]
  • 1980 – Vice Mayor Elizabeth Gleason dedicated Woodfolk Drive in honor of Mary Truehart Woodfolk.
  • 2020 – A driver was robbed at gunpoint on 6th Street SE in Charlottesville. [3] The U.S. Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives offered a $5,000 reward for information. [4]




  1. Web. Negro Leaders Say - City May be First to Integrate Races, Daily Progress Digitized Microfilm, Lindsay family, September 14, 1952, retrieved September 13, 2022. Print. September 14, 1953 page 3.
  2. Web. School Board to Urge Reinstating City Compulsory Attendance Law, Ruth Payne, Daily Progress Digitized Microfilm, Lindsay family, September 14, 1962, retrieved September 15, 2022. Print. September 14, 1962 page 1.
  3. Web. Detectives investigating armed robbery of RideShare driver, News Staff, NEws article, CBS19 News, Charlottesville, VA, September 14, 2020, retrieved December 29, 2020.
  4. Web. Federal authorities now involved in hunt for armed robbery suspects, Bryan McKenzie, Daily Progress, Lee Enterprises, September 15, 2020, retrieved December 29, 2020.

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