1. Jackson Park
Jackson Park was built after people complained about loitering outside the opera house.
2. Lee Park
Lee Park was donated to the city to honor McIntire’s parents.
3. McIntire Park
McIntire Park is home to the Dogwood Vietnam Memorial.
4. McIntire Department Of Music
112 Old Cabell Hall, Charlottesville, Virginia 22904
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Paul McIntire funded the department.
5. McIntire School Of Commerce
125 Ruppel Drive, Charlottesville, Virginia 22904
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McIntire’s donation made the School Of Commerce Possible.
6. McIntire Ampitheater
The ampitheater is said to be the 7th Greek outdoor theater to be built in the US.
7. Washington Park
Washington Park was donated as a park for the city’s African American community, during the time of segregation.
8. Belmont Park
Likewise, McIntire built Belmont Park for the white population.
9. The Lewis & Clark Statue
This was the first of several statues that McIntire commissioned in CVille.
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