|It's a monument.|
The arch itself is a historical monument. It commemorates the first rural branch of the National Association for the Protection of Colored People (NAACP), founded in 1915. Establishing a branch was not an easy thing to do, especially in Virginia. If you want more information about Tinner Hill, they do have a website.
I like to find these sorts of little spots of history. They make nice landmarks and serve as a quick reminder that history is everywhere. I wonder what other little things you can find just wandering around with around a camera.
|From the other side.|
Today is Free Comic Book Day, as I said above. Have you picked up your free comic books? The Mouse Guard one is a nice, high quality book. I'm always a bit behind the comic book times, so I also did not know Transformers was having a "regeneration."
|It is a pun. On Generation One.|