The June Tolliver House, Big Stone Gap, VA


"The June Tolliver House, also known as the June Tolliver House & Folk Art Center, is a historic home located in Big Stone Gap, Wise County, Virginia.  It was built in 1890, and is a 2½-story, three bay Queen Anne style brick dwelling.  It has complex gable roof with projecting end bays.  It is recognized as the house in which Elizabeth Morris, the prototype of June Tolliver, heroine of John Fox, Jr.'s The Trail of the Lonesome Pine boarded when she came to school in Big Stone Gap.  The house is open as a museum and we invite you and your family to stop by whenever you are in town.


Thank you for taking the time to visit our website today.  We're excited you are here.  On behalf of all us here at the June Tolliver House, welcome!   We hope you will come visit us often to explore our many treasures.  If you have questions, please feel free to contact us."