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Buildings -- Virginia -- Alexandria

 Subject
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings

Found in 7 Collections and/or Records:

Early Building Permits (MS040)

 Collection
Identifier: MS040
Scope and Contents This collection contains building permits from the early 1890s to the 1940s. The permits specify the modification to be constructed, the cost, the builder, and frequently an architectural sketch or drawing of the proposed change.

Historic House Tours Collection (MS059)

 Collection
Identifier: MS059
Content Description This collection contains booklets created by the Auxiliary Board, Alexandria Hospital for the historic house tours of old Alexandria. This is an open collection starting from 1931, with the exception of a few years. Research and writing was performed by various people.

Kabler House Histories Collection (MS082)

 Collection
Identifier: MS082
Content Description This collection contains the correspondence, reports, and research done by Dorothy Holcombe Kabler for Alexandria house histories. The research notes also contain copies of deeds, wills, marriage records, and ther legal material surrounding property ownership.

Photos, 1939-1983

 File — Box 1, Folder: 8
Scope and Contents This folder contains several pictures of Alexandria structures. One photo depicts the demolition of buildings on King street. Another depicts King street and Columbus street in 1939. Three photos were taken of the land that Ronald Reagan National Airport now sits on.

Ruth Kaye Collection

 Unprocessed — Box Ms.029.1-029.32
Identifier: 029

Ruth Kaye Collection (MS029)

 Collection
Identifier: MS029
Content Description The collection consists of four series: house histories, genealogy, publications, and miscellaneous. The collection contains reports, bound volumes, photos, newspaper clippings, pamphlets, and correspondences. The first and largest series is the complete research on various house histories in the Alexandria, Virginia area, most notably in Old Town. The second series of the collection is genealogical research on various families who have roots in Northern Virginia and Alexandria. The two...