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A l b e r t .A y l o r .P r o j e c t



A Unique Look at the Life and Times
of a Rural Virginia Craftsman and his Family
Thanks for visiting this special initiative about the life and times of Albert Aylor.
Please consider contributing information, copies of photographs, Aylor artifacts,
and memorabilia to the Albert Aylor Project.

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Photos of Albert Aylor 
and Family
Rare photos of the Aylor family


Aylor's Home In Haywood
Rare photos of the Aylor "Home Place"
and the surrounding area


Albert Aylor, Furniture Maker 
Artifacts related to Aylor's successful 
furniture business


A Most Unique Machine
Aylor's one-of-a-kind personal jigsaw


Aylor's Haywood Neighborhood
Map of historic Haywood area, photos of Gallehugh's "2nd Store & Post Office" and the second Mt. Carmel Church


Tragic Losses Over the Years 
Invaluable items gone forever


Mystery Photos 

Help us identify them!

Aylor's Model
A most interesting architectural model made by Albert Aylor for Haywood's Dr. Smith. Now includes a rare photo of the finished Smith house in Haywood.


Aylor in the Civil War
Aylor's Civil War sword, and two unique items Aylor made for his family while being held as a war prisoner at Ft. Delaware


Albert Aylor's Obituary

Newspaper obituary and photographs of Aylor's grave and marker


Bits of Aylor's Life 
Checks, Books, Aylor's childhood math textbook, even his glasses - and more 


"Albert" or "J. Albert?"
Some new evidence to ponder


Aylor's Violins
Aylor's late-in-life passion. 
Photos of Aylor's violin manufacturing jigs, hand-drawn patterns, and more


The Albert Aylor Project is a unique initiative
to chronicle, save, and make available to the public information
about Albert Aylor's life and times, furniture, musical instruments,
tools, photographs, correspondence, and other personal belongings.

If you have any information or items relating to Albert Aylor 
that you would like to tell us about or if you would like to make a 
tax-deductible donation of Aylor-related items, money, 
or appreciated assets to support the Albert Aylor Project, 
please e-mail us at AylorProject@albertaylor.com

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