This is a pen and ink drawing of Santillane by Cushing Wood. He donated it to the Botetourt County Historical Museum when it opened in 1965. Printed notecards were made from it. Santillane, in Fincastle, is one of Botetourt County’s most distinguished properties still standing. It was the home of Colonel George Hancock, who was a member of the U.S. Congress from 1793-1797. In 1808, his daughter, Judith, married General William Clark. Clark served from 1803 to 1806 as the leader of Thomas Jefferson’s famous Lewis & Clark Expedition.