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Ashton McKenney Photo Collection (MS327)

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Identifier: MS327
Scope and Contents This collection contains several photos arranged by subject, some original and some copy prints. There are photos of ships, various Alexandria streets, people, and the Alexandria waterfront.

Loeb Photography Collection (MS363)

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Identifier: MS363
Content Description The collection contains photographs and negatives predominantly of historic Alexandria buildings and civic life from the 1910’s to the 1940’s. A small number of prints are from the late 19th century. The collection is made up of black and white prints and acetate negatives, with a small number of glass plate negatives and glass lantern slides. The collection has been split into two series.

McKenney-Mills Collection (MS413)

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Identifier: MS413
Scope and Contents This collection contains research materials, ephemora, and photographs collected by or created by Mike McKenney, Thomas Mills Jr., and Thomas Mills III, that document the Alexandria Fire Department.

Mollie Somerville Collection (MS156)

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Identifier: MS156
Content Description This collection contains the manuscripts and source notes for A Guide to Alexandria: Alexandria, Virginia, George Washington's Home Town (1966) and Washington Walked Here (1970). The collection also holds several boxes of photographs.

Nicholas Colasanto Collection (MS035)

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Identifier: MS035
Scope and Contents This collection contains letters, political memorabilia, several programs from various organizations, personal photos, and other miscellaneous ephemera.

Whitton Collection (MS027)

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Identifier: MS027
Scope and Contents This collection contains printed matter such as brochures of George Washington's birthday, the Washington Board of Trade, the Suburban Spectator and others. Additionally, there are limited correspondence, reports of the Historic Alexandria Foundation, annual reports of the Alexandria Library, several booklets, photographs, and postcards.