Lewis F. Powell Jr. is justifiably identified with Richmond, Virginia. Aside from his U.S. Army service in World War II and his time on the Supreme Court of the United States, he spent his entire life there — with the exception of his first two months of life. As you can read in the clipping below, an accident of family history resulted in his birthplace actually being Suffolk, Virginia.
In a short time, however, he was ensconced in the house (see below) in the Forest Hill district of Richmond that would be his home until leaving for college.
At any event, he appeared to have been a happy baby.