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Out of the attic | D.C. boundary markers

The new federal city, the District of Columbia, was laid out in a diamond shape and marked with boundary stones in 1791 and 1792.

Out of the Attic

Franklin and Armfield Office

Home of the Week

People who live in glass houses can enjoy the view

Around the bases

News and notes on Alexandria high school baseball

Around the bases

A weekly update from the Alexandria high school baseball scene

Around the bases

The latest from the Alexandria high school baseball beat

Out of the attic | Lynhaven Community

In early 1941, Wesmond Building and Investment Company broke ground on a 320-home residential development, north of East Glebe Road and bounded on the east by Jefferson Davis Highway, visible on the left.

Out of the attic | Lee-Jackson School

A school building once located at the southwest corner of Duke Street and South Quaker Lane was originally known as Lee-Jackson High School. 

Out of the attic | Aspinwall Hall

Established in 1823, the Virginia Theological Seminary acquired a sizable amount of its current property off Quaker Lane four years later. 

Around the Bases

A roundup of high school baseball in Alexandria.