A dedicated community activist who chose to stay and work in the Green Valley neighborhood where he was born and grew up.
Over its 60-year run, the Arlington Symphony performed a wide variety of music across the County and was one of the County’s first, and longest-running, arts organizations.
Kathryn Stone was one of a small minority of voices in Virginia that courageously fought against the state’s policy of “massive resistance” to school desegregation.
Leonard “Doc” Muse (1923-2017), was an African-American pharmacist and social activist, and the owner of Green Valley Pharmacy.
Arlington was home to a racetrack that drew thrill-seekers and daredevils.
“Tireless proponent for fair and affordable housing in Arlington County.”
Central Library, First Floor
1015 North Quincy Street
Arlington VA 22201