Living memorials were a popular concept after World War II.
The Washington area may have a fraught history when it comes to baseball teams, but that has not stopped us from cheering on the local team!
As the longest serving member of the Arlington County Board to date, Bozman supported countless causes that have made long lasting impacts on the county and Northern Virginia.
Established in 1952, the Green Valley Pharmacy is the first (and only) pharmacy and lunch counter in Arlington that would serve African American patrons during the Jim Crow era.
Cub Scout Pack #589 was Arlington’s first African American Cub Scout Pack, established in 1952 and founded by Ernest Johnson.
In honor of the 60th anniversary of the desegregation of Arlington County public schools, we present an oral history clip from Dorothy Hamm who lived in Arlington at the height of the battle to desegregate Arlington’s public schools, and was part of different lawsuits throughout the county to integrate not only the schools but restaurants, hospitals, and theaters.
In this photo, a group of late 1950s/early 1960s Hoffman-Boston high school students examine a relic on display at the Museum of Natural History.
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