Historic Alexandria Quarterly
The Historic Alexandria Quarterly was published by the Office of Historic Alexandria from 1996 to 2004. This series featured research on diverse topics relating to Alexandria’s history, from George Washington to Capital Airlines.
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Historic Alexandria Quarterly
The Historic Alexandria Quarterly was published by the Office of Historic Alexandria from 1996 to 2004. Read the publications here.
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- Spring/Summer - A History of Lloyd House, Part II History of the Structure: 1833 - 1918 Lloyd House Enters the 20th Century: 1918 - 1956, by Timothy Denneé
- Fall/ Winter - A History of Lloyd House, Part I The Early Years: 1796 - 1832, by Timothy Denneé
- Spring/Summer - George Washington and the Politics of Slavery, by Dennis J. Pogue, Ph.D.
- Winter - 'For the People': Clothing Production and Maintenance at Rose Hill Plantation Cecil County, Maryland, by Gloria Seaman Allen, Ph.D.
- Fall - A Nostalgic Account of Growing up in Old Town in the 1950's, by Stephen Williams, M.D.
- Summer - Forming a More Perfect Community: An Early History of the Friendship Fire Company, by T. Michael Carter, Ph.D
- Spring - Arthur Lee of Virginia: Was He a Paranoid Political Infighter or an Unheralded Press Agent for the American Revolution?, by William F. Rhatican
- Winter - Loyalism in Eighteenth Century Alexandria, Virginia, by Marshall Stopher Kiker
- Fall - 'An Agreeable Consort for Life': The Wedding of George and Martha Washington, by Mary V. Thompson
- Summer - "We are an orderly body of men": Virginia's Black "Immunes" in the Spanish-American War, by Roger D. Cunningham
- Spring - The Lowest Ebb of Misery: Death and Mourning in the Family of George Washington, by Mary V. Thompson
- Winter - Commercial Credit in Eighteenth Century Alexandria: Default and Business Failure, by H. Talmage Day and Barbara Morgan
- Fall - The Development of Early Taverns in Alexandria, by James C. Mackay, III
- Summer - Commercial Credit in Eighteenth Century Alexandria and the Founding of the Bank of Alexandria, by H. Talmage Day and Barbara K. Morgan
- Spring - Inventories from Alexandria: What Personal Objects Reveal About our Historic Buildings and Their Owners, by William Seale
- Winter - Viewing Alexandria from the Perspective of Gunston Hall: George Mason's Associations with the Colonial Port Town, by Andrew S. Veech, Ph.D.
- Fall/Winter - The Chesapeake Bay: Its Influence on the Lives of Colonial Virginians and Marylanders, by Arthur Pierce Middleton, Ph.D.
- Summer - The George Washington Memorial Parkway --A Statement of Policy on Memorial Character by the Old and Historic Alexandria District Board of Architectural Review, by Peter H. Smith
- Spring - Remembering Alexandria's Bicentennial -- Philately, by Timothy J. Dennee
- Winter - Volunteers for Freedom: Black Civil War Soldiers in Alexandria National Cemetery, Part II, by Edward A. Miller, Jr.
- Fall - Volunteers for Freedom: Black Civil War Soldiers in Alexandria National Cemetery, Part I, by Edward A. Miller, Jr.
- Summer - Recollections of a Board of Architectural Review Member, by Thomas Hulfish III
- Spring - Flying the Capital Way, Part II, by Kristin B. Lloyd
- Winter - Flying the Capitol Way, Part I, by Kristin B. Lloyd
- Fall - John La Mountain and the Alexandria Balloon Ascensions, by Timothy J. Dennee
- Summer - The Educational Use of the Property at 218 North Columbus Street, Alexandria, Virginia., by Roland M. Frye, Jr.
- Spring - A Study in Decentralized Living: Parkfairfax, Alexandria, Virginia, by Laura L. Bobeczko
- Winter - The Alexandria Union Station, by Al Cox, AIA
- Winter - Equally Their Due: Female Education in Antebellum Alexandria-Part Three, by Gloria Seaman Allen
- Late Summer - Equally Their Due: Female Education in Antebellum Alexandria-Part Two, by Gloria Seaman Allen
- Summer - Equally Their Due: Female Education in Antebellum Alexandria-Part One, by Gloria Seaman Allen