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Arlington Heritage: Vignettes of a Virginia Colony


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Author: Eleanor Lee Templeman

Published: 1961

Self-Published by the author, 1965 fourth hardcover printing thus. Book is tight and square in very good condition. Dust jacket is protected and in very good condition, bright, with minimal edge wear and corner bumping, 1 1/2 inch tear to bottom front. Interior is clean, no bookstore stamps. Signed by author. Also inscribed by Marie & Frank Ball. Frank Ball was a lifelong member of the Arlington community, a resident of the historic Arlington Glebe House (as mentioned on page 188 of this book), as well as a member of the Virginia State Senate.

1 review for Arlington Heritage: Vignettes of a Virginia Colony

  1. Rated 5 out of 5

    Chrissy Ward

    I purchased this book when I moved to Arlington, VA. It has been an ongoing source of discovery for me! Disparate and diverse neighborhoods – then and now – plus photos and information not readily found elsewhere. Existing residents were awed at how much I knew for being here such a short time; this book is why. Lee Templeman also has the home guide to the Lees of Virginia of which she is a descendant. The guide is a great way to learn and explore all regions of Virginia.

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