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2016 Arlington Historical Society Magazine


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The Arlington Historical Magazine features original historical research about local history topics. Contents for this Vol. 15, No. 4 are:

  1. Spies and Slackers: The Bureau of Investigation’s Search for Enemy Aliens and Draft Dodgers in Alexandria County, 1917-1919, by Mark Benbow
  2. For the Love of Gulf Branch: Arlington’s Hidden Symbol of Smart Growth, by Charles S. Clark
  3. “I Was a Union Man”: James and Lewis Marcey’s Civil War Experience, by Jessica Kaplan
  4. From Trolley Park to Sewage Treatment: Luna Park, by Marty Suydam
  5. The Arlington House Engravings of the British Surrender at Yorktown: Too Often Overlooked? by Dean A. DeRosa
  6. Susan and Danny Falkenstern of ABC Distributors: An Oral History, by Virginia Elizabeth Smith
  7. The Battle of Wilson Boulevard, by James Gusmer

Also included in this issue are:

— Arlington Historical Society Year in Review: 2015-2016

— Donations to the Society

— Contents of Previous Issues


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