Month October 2019

November 10: “The Lost History of Potomac Marble”

“The Lost History of Potomac Marble” Presented by Paul Kreingold. Conservation Director of the Loudoun County Chapter of the Izaak Walton League of America. Sunday, November 10, at 2:00 p.m.   When the Capitol of the United States was rebuilt after… Continue Reading →

In Memoriam: Jimmy Spring, our “Living Legend of Lovettsville”

Jimmy Spring (above, center), who was featured in our “Living Legends of Lovettsville” presentation on Dec. 11, 2016, passed away on September 22.  The 2016 event was presented before a packed house in the fellowship hall at New Jerusalem Lutheran Church.  Featured at the… Continue Reading →

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The last days of the old Brunswick bridge — and other stories of our ferries and bridges

Above:  Photograph from The Times-Herald, Feb. 10, 1953, courtesy of Brunswick History Commission.  Automobiles are crossing the old bridge, as a construction crane is used to lower the superstructure for the new bridge, which replaced the old one in 1955. Our… Continue Reading →

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