small black bags Lee historian Elizabeth Brown Pryor killed in Grove Avenue crash

mulberry necklace Lee historian Elizabeth Brown Pryor killed in Grove Avenue crash

RICHMOND, Va. Police identified the woman killed in Monday afternoon’s crash along Grove Avenue as Elizabeth B. Pryor, 64, of the 3200 block of Grove Avenue. The crash happened along the 4400 block of Grove Avenue. Pryor died at the scene,” Richmond Police advised. “The Richmond Police Department Crash Team is consulting with the Commonwealth’s Attorney’s Office on possible charges to the male driver of the striking vehicle. The man’s name has not yet been released.”

Pryor moved to Richmond in 2010, according to the University of Richmond. She was listed as a Course Leader at the Osher Lifelong Learning Institute on the UR website.

“Her first major work was a 1987 biography titled Clara Barton,
small black bags Lee historian Elizabeth Brown Pryor killed in Grove Avenue crash
Professional Angel. Her second, Reading the Man: A Portrait of Robert E. Lee through His Private Letters, led to Elizabeth’s 2008 receipt of the prestigious Lincoln Prize, presented each year for the outstanding non fiction work related to the Civil War,” the university wrote in 2013. “Elizabeth has spoken all over the world on American history and American diplomacy and appears regularly on television programs based on her books.”

University of Richmond President Dr. Edward L. Ayers released the following statement on Tuesday:

“The University of Richmond community is saddened to learn of the passing of Elizabeth Pryor. She was a tremendous contributor to several of our programs, most recently speaking on campus about “Reading Other People’s Mail: Thrilling Discoveries by an Archival Addict.”
small black bags Lee historian Elizabeth Brown Pryor killed in Grove Avenue crash