Reynolda Revealed

From the 1910s to the late 1950s, the segregated community of Five Row was home to Reynolda’s African American farm workers and their families.
Reynolda House doesn’t fit the traditional mold—in terms of size—for a bungalow, but it does embrace other signature characteristics.
Richard Joshua Reynolds, the founder of R.J. Reynolds Tobacco Company, was a key player in the industrialization of the New South.
A new type of Southern woman, Katharine Reynolds combined the traditional role of wife and mother with progressive practices on healthy living, education, and agricultural reform.