Charter House Hotel
Title:
Charter House Hotel
Alexandria Virginia (VA), Chrome unused


Penn-Daw Hotel
Title:
Penn-Daw Hotel
Alexandria Virginia (VA), Linen unused



Mt. Vee Motel
Title:
Mt. Vee Motel
Alexandria Virginia (VA), Chrome PM 1973


Brookside Motel
Title:
Brookside Motel
Alexandria Virginia (VA), Chrome unused



Mt. Vee Motel
Title:
Mt. Vee Motel
Alexandria Virginia (VA), Chrome unused


Penn-Daw Hotel
Title:
Penn-Daw Hotel
Alexandria Virginia (VA), Linen PM 1940 May-2



Penn-Daw Hotel
Title:
Penn-Daw Hotel
Alexandria Virginia (VA), Linen PM 1940 May-2


Christ's Church and Electric Flyer - Washington, Alexandria and Mt. Vernon Railway
Title:
Christ's Church and Electric Flyer - Washington, Alexandria and Mt. Vernon Railway
Alexandria Virginia (VA), Post Card (Undivided Back) unused



Christ's Church and Electric Flyer, Washington, Alexandria and Mt. Vernon Railway
Title:
Christ's Church and Electric Flyer, Washington, Alexandria and Mt. Vernon Railway
Alexandria Virginia (VA), Post Card (Undivided Back) unused


First Christian Church
Title:
First Christian Church
Alexandria Virginia (VA), Chrome unused



Old Club Teahouse
Title:
Old Club Teahouse
Alexandria Virginia (VA), Linen PM 1956 Apr-18

Description:
Once George Washington's Club House. The Old Club Teahouse is midway between the White House in Washington and Mount Vernon, Va. on US 1. The oldest part was once used by George Washington and his friends as a club and dates from before 1790. This is greater Washington's famous and historical restaurant. Finest food always at reasonable prices. Seats 250. Completely air conditioned. Banquets - receptions - parties. Laura Lee invites you for dinner and lunch every day and Sunday 12 to 8:30. Old Club Teahouse, 555 S Washington St. Phone Alex 4555.


The Towne Motel
Title:
The Towne Motel
Alexandria Virginia (VA), Chrome unused



Hill Top Motel
Title:
Hill Top Motel
Alexandria Virginia (VA), Chrome


Lincolnia Motel
Title:
Lincolnia Motel
Alexandria Virginia (VA), Chrome PM 1954 Jul-22

Description:
Shirley Highway at Duke Street - At Intersection of Routes 350 & 236, seven miles south of Washington, D.C. - Closest to Washington in Miles or Minutes - Tiled Showers - Air Conditioned - Hot Water Heat.



Charter House Motor Hotel
Title:
Charter House Motor Hotel
Alexandria Virginia (VA), Chrome unused


Penn-Daw Hotel
Title:
Penn-Daw Hotel
Alexandria Virginia (VA), Linen



Alexandria Washington Masonic Lodge
Title:
Alexandria Washington Masonic Lodge
Alexandria Virginia (VA), Linen PM 1947 Nov-22


Ainsworth Downs Tourist Court
Title:
Ainsworth Downs Tourist Court
Alexandria Virginia (VA), Chrome unused

Description:
12 miles south of Washington, DC and 6 miles south of Alexandria, VA on US Hwy No. 1. Member of AAA and United Motor Courts and recommended by Duncan Hines. Phone Engleside 56. Dexter Press



Beddoo's Motor Lodge
Title:
Beddoo's Motor Lodge
Alexandria Virginia (VA), Chrome unused

Description:
U.S. Route 1, two miles South of Alexandria, Virginia. 21 Modern Heated Cabins, Private Bath in each. Reasonable Rates. Beautiful View, overlooking Washington. P.O. Address: 1964 Richmond Highway, Alexandria, Virginia. Phone Temple 9885. Mr. and Mrs. R.T. Beddoo, proprietors. Dexter Press, Inc.


View of Stone's Motel
Title:
View of Stone's Motel
Alexandria Virginia (VA), Chrome unused

Description:
Hwy. No. 7 - 4256 King Street, Alexandria, Va., 900 ft. west of Rt. 350 (Shirley Hwy.) 4 1/2 miles to Washington. Large luxurious rooms; wall to wall carpeting; radiant heat; air-conditioned; room phones; TV; Continental Breakfast; quiet and restful; amongst wooded hills; swimming pool. Phone WE 1-1000.



Statesman Motel
Title:
Statesman Motel
Alexandria Virginia (VA), Chrome PM 1956

Description:
On Route 1 about one mile to Historic Alexandria, 8 miles to Washington, and 6 1/2 to Mount Vernon. Here you will find true Virginia hospitality and comfort. A modern motel, air-conditioned and T.V. equipped. AAA recommended.


Travelers Motel
Title:
Travelers Motel
Alexandria Virginia (VA), Chrome unused

Description:
Air Conditioned - Ceramic Tiled Baths, Tub and Shower Combination - Wall-to-Wall Carpet - Hot Water Heat - TV in each Room - Washington Sightseeing Bus from Motel - Restaurant adjacent. AAA/Superior - On U.S. Highway No. 1. One mile south of Alexandria, and five miles south of Washington, D.C.



Confederate Monument
Title:
Confederate Monument
Alexandria Virginia (VA), Linen unused

Description:
South Washington Street. Curteich


Hotel George Mason
Title:
Hotel George Mason
Alexandria Virginia (VA), Chrome unused



Miller's Modern Motor Court
Title:
Miller's Modern Motor Court
Alexandria Virginia (VA), Linen unused

Description:
11 miles south of Washington, DC and 3 miles south of Alexandria, Va. on US Hwy. No. 1. First class accommodations - television. Air-conditioned units. Mailing address: Box 753, Route 4, Alexandria, Va. Phones: Alexandria 1674 - Temple 9591. AAA.


Washington's Tomb, Mount Vernon
Title:
Washington's Tomb, Mount Vernon
Alexandria Virginia (VA), Post Card (Undivided Back) unused



The Mansion, Mount Vernon
Title:
The Mansion, Mount Vernon
Alexandria Virginia (VA), Post Card (Undivided Back) unused

Description:
Authorized by Act of Congress, May 19, 1898


Penn-Daw Hotel
Title:
Penn-Daw Hotel
Alexandria Virginia (VA), Linen PM 1951 Jun-22



The Arcade, University of Virginia
Title:
The Arcade, University of Virginia
Alexandria Virginia (VA), Post Card (Undivided Back) PM 1907 Oct-28

Description:
The Arcade of the University of Virginia extends in front of the buildings facing the lawn on the east and west. Thomas Jefferson, founder of the University, planned this Arcade as follows: "The covered way in front of the whole range of buildings is to be Tuscan, with columns of brick rough cast, their diameter sixteen inches, but in front of the pavilion is to be arches in order to support the columns of the portico more solidly."


Washington's Home, Mount Vernon
Title:
Washington's Home, Mount Vernon
Alexandria Virginia (VA), Post Card (Undivided Back) PM 1906 Mar-22



Harry Smith Motel
Title:
Harry Smith Motel
Alexandria Virginia (VA), Linen unused


Olde Colony Motor Lodge & Conference Center
Title:
Olde Colony Motor Lodge & Conference Center
Alexandria Virginia (VA), Jumbo/Large Format unused



Olde Colony Motor Lodge & Conference Center
Title:
Olde Colony Motor Lodge & Conference Center
Alexandria Virginia (VA), Jumbo/Large Format unused


Prince St., looking west
Title:
Prince St., looking west
Alexandria Virginia (VA), Divided Back unused



Christ Church
Title:
Christ Church
Alexandria Virginia (VA), Divided Back unused


Washington St. looking north
Title:
Washington St. looking north
Alexandria Virginia (VA), Divided Back unused



Christ Church (Washington's Church)
Title:
Christ Church (Washington's Church)
Alexandria Virginia (VA), Post Card (Undivided Back) unused


Ford Motor Court
Title:
Ford Motor Court
Alexandria Virginia (VA), Chrome unused

Description:
Richmond Highway Phone: SOuth 5-5420



Carlisle House
Title:
Carlisle House
Alexandria Virginia (VA), Divided Back unused


Christ Church (attended by George Washington)
Title:
Christ Church (attended by George Washington)
Alexandria Virginia (VA), Divided Back

Description:
Christ Church, Alexandria, Va., was completed on February 27th, 1773. George Washington, at 33 years of age, was among its first vestrymen and the pew occupied by him and his family is still preserved. It can easily be visited in connection with a trip from Washington to Mt. Vernon. No. 61501, this series, shows the Tomb of Washington at Mt. Vernon; No. 61592, the Home of Washington; No. 61494, the room in which Washington died, and No. 61493, Martha Washington's Bedroom, Mt. Vernon Mansion



Christ Church
Title:
Christ Church
Alexandria Virginia (VA), Private Mailing Card


Christ Church where George Washington worshipped
Title:
Christ Church where George Washington worshipped
Alexandria Virginia (VA), Divided Back



Penn-Daw Restaurant
Title:
Penn-Daw Restaurant
Alexandria Virginia (VA), Chrome unused

Description:
Fine food, reasonably priced and graciously served in one of the Capital's most charming dining rooms. Many excellent motels in area. Breakfast, lunch, dinner - Air Conditioned. Recommended by Duncan Hines and AAA On U.S. 1 - 2 miles south of Alexandria, Va. Phone SO 5-4321 Member Best Restaurants United


The Seaport Inn
Title:
The Seaport Inn
Alexandria Virginia (VA), Continental Chrome unused

Description:
6 King Street



Penn-Daw Hotel
Title:
Penn-Daw Hotel
Alexandria Virginia (VA), Linen unused


Keystone Motel
Title:
Keystone Motel
Alexandria Virginia (VA), Linen unused

Description:
7 miles south of Alexandria. 20 minutes to Washington, DC. 10 minutes to Mt. Vernon. Luxurious air conditioned rooms with tiled shower and tub baths. Hot water heat, TV, park-like landscaped grounds. Back from highway. New filtered swimming pool. L.E. Campbell, Mgr



Florida Room, Mt. Vernon Mansion
Title:
Florida Room, Mt. Vernon Mansion
Alexandria Virginia (VA), Divided Back unused

Description:
This room is one of the low ceilinged third story rooms and possesses a bed which was brought from England by way of Bermuda


Wagon Wheel Motel & Resort
Title:
Wagon Wheel Motel & Resort
Alexandria Virginia (VA), Linen PM 1953

Description:
Restaurant; US 1 - Three miles south of Alexandria Virginia. 70 rooms each with tub and shower; air-conditioned; hot-water heat; wall to wall carpet; deluxe furnishings; fireproof; soundproof; masonry construction; swimming pool; five acres of lawn; twenty minutes to Washington; ten to Mt. Vernon; New Sept., 1950-1951-1952; Member Quality Courts and AAA. Telephone OVerlook 3-1262



Wagon Wheel Motel & Resort
Title:
Wagon Wheel Motel & Resort
Alexandria Virginia (VA), Linen unused

Description:
U.S. 1 - Three Miles South of Alexandria, Virginia. 70 Rooms, each with Tub and Shower. Air-conditioned, Hot-water Heat, Wall to Wall Carpet, Deluxe Furnishings, Fireproof, soundproof, Masonry Construction, Swimming Pool, Five Acres of Lawn, Miniature Golf Course, Badminton, Shuffleboard. Twenty minutes to Washington. Ten to Mt. Vernon. New Sept., 1950-1951-1952. Telephone SOuth 5-9000


Alexandria Academy
Title:
Alexandria Academy
Alexandria Virginia (VA), Linen

Description:
George Washington gave $250.00 annually for the support of this Academy and on his death bequeathed $4,000.00 for a trust fund, for the institution. Robert E. Lee graduated from this school in 1824



The Towne Motel
Title:
The Towne Motel
Alexandria Virginia (VA), Chrome unused

Description:
U.S. Alt. Rt. #1 808 N. Washington Street Alexandria, Virginia Exit 1 N. 495 Beltway 25 Rooms, Each with tub and shower - Free ice, Room Telephone, Air-conditioned, hot water heat, wall to wall carpet. Deluxe modern furnishings, fireproof soundproof Brick construction - Colonial design. Free Muzak - Radio - Television. Three Famous Restaurants across the street. Five Minutes to Washington, D.C. Twenty Minutes to Mt. Vernon. Telephone King 8-3500


Olde Colony Motor Lodge
Title:
Olde Colony Motor Lodge
Alexandria Virginia (VA), Chrome unused

Description:
On beautiful Mount Vernon Memorial Highway in Alexandria, is Virginia's most modern and luxurious motor court. With architecture and grounds designed to simulate a colonial estate, its pink brick buildings reflect the charm of 18th century manor house life. In the rich atmosphere of the traditional old South, guests enjoy every comfort of modern living, including radio, telephone, air-conditioning and television in every room. Convenient to the nations capitol, Olde Colony is ideal for families, businessmen and convention groups. 102 rooms - 3 minutes South of National Airport, cor. N. Washington and First Sts. Telephone KIng 8-6300



Christ Church, Where Washington Worshipped
Title:
Christ Church, Where Washington Worshipped
Alexandria Virginia (VA), Linen unused

Description:
Christ Church, Alexandria, Virginia was built in 1773, Washington attended this church with his family


Christ Church, Built in 1767
Title:
Christ Church, Built in 1767
Alexandria Virginia (VA), Linen unused

Description:
Where Geo. Washington was a Vestryman



Penn-Daw
Title:
Penn-Daw
Alexandria Virginia (VA), Linen unused

Description:
Accommodations for 120 guests in brick cottages, each containing 4 apartments. Each apartment consists of bath and one or more bedrooms. Completely equipped. Rates per day - 2 with bath $4.50. Main building contains office, lobby and dining rooms


Christ Church
Title:
Christ Church
Alexandria Virginia (VA), Linen unused



Penn-Daw Air-Conditioned Restaurant
Title:
Penn-Daw Air-Conditioned Restaurant
Alexandria Virginia (VA), Linen

Description:
Main building contains office, lobby and air-conditioned dining rooms; excellent accommodations on US Route 1; "White House Sight-Seeing Service" "Chicken-in-the-rough" (Established 1927) 8 miles south of Washington, DC; 2 miles south of Alexandria, VA. Address PO Box 56-Alexandria, Va.; telephone King 9-1932


Gadsby's Tavern
Title:
Gadsby's Tavern
Alexandria Virginia (VA), Linen

Description:
The smaller building, displaying the flag, was built in 1752 and was called the City Tavern. In 1793, John Gadsby rented both buildings and ran it under the name of Gadsby's Tavern. It was one of the most important taverns in the colonial days where the Alexandria Assembly held their meetings and balls. Lafayette, Baron de Kalb and John Paul Jones were a few of the famous people in history that have stayed at the tavern. General and Mrs. Washington attended the last public celebration of Washington's birthday which was held here. A month before his death, Washington reviewed the local troops from the steps and gave his last military command



The Key Motel
Title:
The Key Motel
Alexandria Virginia (VA), Chrome PM 1959 Apr-10

Description:
7 miles south of the Nation's capitol on Shirley Highway, Routes 350 and 236. Lewis and Jerome Keyes, owners and operators


Olde Colony Motor Lodge
Title:
Olde Colony Motor Lodge
Alexandria Virginia (VA), Chrome unused

Description:
On beautiful Mount Vernon Memorial Highway is Virginia's most modern and luxurious motor court. With architecture and grounds designed to simulate a colonial estate, its pink brick buildings reflect eth charm of 18th century manor house life. In the rich atmosphere of the traditional Old South, guests enjoy every comfort of modern living, including radio, telephone, air conditioning and television in every room. Convenient to the nation's capitol, Olde Colony is ideal for families, businessmen and convention groups. 102 rooms - 3 minutes south of National Airport, car, N. Washington and First Sts



Quality Motel Olde Colony
Title:
Quality Motel Olde Colony
Alexandria Virginia (VA), Chrome

Description:
151 rooms - 3 minutes south of National Airport, corner North Washington and First Streets


Stone's Motel
Title:
Stone's Motel
Alexandria Virginia (VA), Chrome unused

Description:
Hwy. No. 7 - 4256 King Street; 900 ft. west of Rt. 350 (Shirley Hwy.) 4 1/2 miles to Washington; large luxurious rooms; wall to wall carpeting; radiant heat; air-conditioned; room phones; TV; Continental breakfast; quiet and restful; amongst wooded hills; swimming pool; Phone WE 1-1000



Penn-Daw Motor Hotel and Restaurant
Title:
Penn-Daw Motor Hotel and Restaurant
Alexandria Virginia (VA), Chrome unused

Description:
On U.S.1 - 2 miles south of Alexandria, Va. 35 comfortable motel rooms, completely modern, 100% air-conditioned. Wonderful food, reasonably priced and graciously served in air-conditioned comfort. Recommended by AAA, Duncan Hines and Best Restaurants United. Phone SOuth 5-4321, P.O. Box 56, Alex., Va


Penn-Daw Restaurant
Title:
Penn-Daw Restaurant
Alexandria Virginia (VA), Chrome unused

Description:
Fine food, reasonably priced and graciously served in one of the Capital's most charming dining rooms. Many excellent motels in area. Breakfast, lunch, dinner--Air Conditioned. Recommended by Duncan Hines and AAA. On U.S. 1--2 miles south of Alexandria. Member Best Restaurants United



Holiday Inn - Eisenhower Metro
Title:
Holiday Inn - Eisenhower Metro
Alexandria Virginia (VA), Chrome unused

Description:
2460 Eisenhower Drive 703-960-3400. Exit 2B Telegraph Road & I-95


Quality Motel Olde Colony
Title:
Quality Motel Olde Colony
Alexandria Virginia (VA), Chrome PM 1982 Dec-6

Description:
151 rooms, 3 minutes South of National Airport, car, North Washington and First Sts



Penn-Daw Hotel
Title:
Penn-Daw Hotel
Alexandria Virginia (VA), Linen unused

Description:
US Route No. 1; 8 m. south of Washington, DC; 2 m. south of Alexandria, VA; air conditioned; restaurant - cottages; address: PO Box 56 - Alexandria, VA; telephone: King 9-1932. Accommodations for 120 guests in brick cottages. Completely equipped; tile baths. Main building contains office, lobby and air conditioned dining rooms. Established 1927


Olde Colony Motor Lodge & Conference Center
Title:
Olde Colony Motor Lodge & Conference Center
Alexandria Virginia (VA), Chrome unused

Description:
P.O. Bx 631 Alexandria, Virginia 22313 153 Rooms - 5 minutes south of Washington (D.C.) National Airport, Corner N. Washington and First Sts. on George Washington Memorial Parkway. Telephone (Area Code 703) 548-6300



Christ Church, Alexandria, VA. Built in 1767. Where Geo. Washington was a vestryman
Title:
Christ Church, Alexandria, VA. Built in 1767. Where Geo. Washington was a vestryman
Alexandria Virginia (VA), Divided Back unused


Virginia Motel
Title:
Virginia Motel
Alexandria Virginia (VA), Chrome unused

Description:
700 North Washing Street; midway between Washington and Mt. Vernon and 3.2 mi. from Wash. National Airport on Mount Vernon Blvd. (Atl. Rt. 1) in Historic Old Alexandria. 40 ultra modern rooms completely equipped to assure the utmost in comfort and relaxation. Individually controlled heat and air conditioning. free television, Beauty Rest mattresses, telephones in all rooms. Free coffee - conference room. TEmple 6-5100 and TEmple 6-5101 Dexter Press Inc



East view of Alexandria-Washington Lodge No. 22
Title:
East view of Alexandria-Washington Lodge No. 22
Alexandria Virginia (VA), Divided Back

Description:
AF&AM of Alexandria, VA as it is today. This lodge was first instituted by the Grand Lodge of Pennsylvania, at Philadelphia in 1783, and wrought under the Pa. Charter for five years when upon its surrender General Washington headed a petition to the Grand Lodge of Virginia for a new Charter, which was granted by Edmund Randolph, G.M., in 1788. Washington became first Master under the Virginia jurisdiction and served two terms


Wagon Wheel Motel & Resort
Title:
Wagon Wheel Motel & Resort
Alexandria Virginia (VA), Linen unused

Description:
James E. Hess 70 Rooms, each with Tub and Shower - Air-conditioned, Hot-water Heat, Wall to Wall Carpet, Deluxe Furnishings, Fireproof, soundproof, Masonry Construction, Swimming Pool, Five Acres of Lawn, Miniature Golf Course, Badminton, Shuffleboard. U.S. 1 - Three Miles South of Alexandria, and twenty minutes to Washington, ten to Mt. Vernon. AAA and Quality Courts United



Interior, Alexandria Washington Masonic Lodge No. 22
Title:
Interior, Alexandria Washington Masonic Lodge No. 22
Alexandria Virginia (VA), Linen unused

Description:
The altar, pedestals and desks of Secretary and Treasurer are all original furniture, also there are seventeen fan-back chairs that are original. The original Bible, published in 1763, rests on the altar


George Washington Masonic Memorial Bldg. and Shriners Hospitals room
Title:
George Washington Masonic Memorial Bldg. and Shriners Hospitals room
Alexandria Virginia (VA), Chrome unused

Description:
Bronze statues and beautiful mural depicting children that have been cured in Shriners Hospital for Crippled Children



Wagon Wheel Motel & Resort
Title:
Wagon Wheel Motel & Resort
Alexandria Virginia (VA), Linen unused

Description:
U.S. 1 - Three Miles South of Alexandria. 70 Rooms, each with Tub and Shower. Air-conditioned, Hot-water Heat, Wall to Wall Carpet. Deluxe Furnishings, Fireproof, Soundproof, Masonry Construction, Swimming Pool, Five Acres of Lawn. Twenty minutes to Washington. Ten to Mt. Vernon. New Sept., 1950-1951-1952. Member Quality Courts and AAA


Auditorium , George Washington Masonic National Memorial
Title:
Auditorium , George Washington Masonic National Memorial
Alexandria Virginia (VA), Linen unused



Auditorium, George Washington Masonic National Memorial
Title:
Auditorium, George Washington Masonic National Memorial
ALexandria Virginia (VA), Linen unused


Auditorium - George Washington Masonic National Memorial
Title:
Auditorium - George Washington Masonic National Memorial
Alexandria Virginia (VA), Linen unused



Auditorium, George Washington Masonic National Memorial
Title:
Auditorium, George Washington Masonic National Memorial
Alexandria Virginia (VA), Linen unused


Stage of Auditorium, George Washington Masonic National Memorial
Title:
Stage of Auditorium, George Washington Masonic National Memorial
Alexandria Virginia (VA), Linen unused



Virginia Motel
Title:
Virginia Motel
Alexandria Virginia (VA), Chrome PM 1977 Aug-19

Description:
700 North Washington Street Midway between Washington and Mt. Vernon and 3.2 mi. from Wash. National Airport on Mount Vernon Blvd. (Atl. Rt. 1) in Historic Old Alexandria. 40 ultra modern rooms completely equipped to assure the utmost in comfort and relaxation. Individually controlled Heat and Air Conditioning, Free Television, Beauty Rest Mattresses, Telephones in all rooms. FREE COFFEE - CONFERENCE ROOM. TEmple 6-5100 and TEmple 6-5101


Charter House Motor Hotel
Title:
Charter House Motor Hotel
Alexandria Virginia (VA), Chrome unused

Description:
6461 Edsall Rd., Alexandria, VA 22312;; (703) 354-4400; Charming high-rise hotel and sprawling motor inn, just 9 miles from Washington, D.C. A relaxed setting, good food, swimming and fun for the entire family. For reservations call SRS* toll-free 800-225-1372 (in Massachusetts call 800-842-1202)



Penn-Daw Restaurant
Title:
Penn-Daw Restaurant
Alexandria Virginia (VA), Chrome

Description:
Fine food, reasonably priced and graciously served in one of the Capital's most charming dining rooms. Many excellent motels in area. Breakfast, lunch, dinner--Air-conditioned


The George Washington Masonic National Memorial
Title:
The George Washington Masonic National Memorial
Alexandria Virginia (VA), Real Photo unused

Description:
Series 17-137



Christ Church
Title:
Christ Church
Alexandria Virginia (VA), Divided Back unused

Description:
Series 24 Christ Church, at Alexandria, Va., was attended by President Washington and his pew is preserved as it appeared when it was occupied by the family. A neighboring pew bears the name plate of Robert E. Lee. The Church was built in 1773.


The Towne Motel, U. S. Alt. Rt. 1, 808 N. Washington St.
Title:
The Towne Motel, U. S. Alt. Rt. 1, 808 N. Washington St.
Alexandria Virginia (VA), Chrome unused

Description:
Series 85488 26 Rooms, each with Tub and Shower Air-Conditioned, Hot-water heat, Wall to Wall Carpet, Deluxe Modern Furnishings, Fireproof, Soundproof, Brick Construction - Colonial Design, Free Muzak and Radio, Television, Three Famous Restaurants Across Street. Same Minutes to Washington - Twenty to Mt. Vernon. New, March 1955



Christ Church
Title:
Christ Church
Alexandria Virginia (VA), White Border unused

Description:
Christ Church was completed in 1773. President Washington's pew is still preserved as it appeared when occupied by the family. The church is located on Washington Street. Alexander, and is open every week-day.


The George Washington Masonic National Memorial
Title:
The George Washington Masonic National Memorial
Alexandria Virginia (VA), White Border unused

Description:
This great Memorial to George Washington, the Mason, is situated on Shooters Hill, in the western part of Alexandria, Va., on the highway between the City of Washington and Mount Vernon, his old home. The imposing Memorial, 333 feet high, overlooks the City of Washington to the north and Mount Vernon to the south, while eastward at its foot lies Alexandria, which city he helped to plan, All the surrounding country is rich in historical association. The unusual architectural features and remarkable terraced approaches present a striking appearance. It is modeled after the ancient towers which were used as beacons to guide mariners into harbors, as exemplified in the beacon at Rhodes. The Memorial houses a priceless collection of memorabilia of Washington, including many articles closely connected with his career in the Masonic order. The cost of the Memorial was $4,000,000. It is being built by the George Washington Masonic National Memorial Association.



Christ Church
Title:
Christ Church
Alexandria Virginia (VA), Divided Back unused

Description:
Where Geo Washington was a vestryman


Penn-Daw Restaurant
Title:
Penn-Daw Restaurant
Alexandria Virginia (VA), Chrome PM 1955 Jul-11

Description:
Fine food, reasonably priced and graciously served in one of the Capital's most charming dining rooms. Many excellent motels in area. Breakfast, lunch, dinner-Air Conditioned. Recommended by Duncan Hines and AAA On U. S. 1-2 miles south of Alexandria, Va.



Washington National Airport
Title:
Washington National Airport
Alexandria Virginia (VA), Chrome PM 1962 Aug-29

Description:
Washington National Airport. East of the Mt. Vernon Memorial Highway between Alexandria, Va., and Washington Raised out of mud flats on the Potomac River by the Army Engineer Corps and completed in 1941.


George Washington Masonic National Memorial
Title:
George Washington Masonic National Memorial
Alexandria Virginia (VA), White Border PM 1937 Apr-19

Description:
The Masonic Memorial to Washington is located on Arlington Ridge, between Washington and Alexandria, on the highway to Mount Vernon. It is being erected by the Masons of the United States. The Memorial is 230 feet long by 160 feet wide and rises to a height of 220 feet. One of its striking features is the great atrium, forming the Memorial Hall, containing a statue of Washington. The cost of the Memorial which is of New England granite has been fixed at $4,000,000, including an endowment of $1,000,000.



Carlisle House
Title:
Carlisle House
Alexandria Virginia (VA), Divided Back unused


Penn-Daw Restaurant
Title:
Penn-Daw Restaurant
Alexandria Virginia (VA), Chrome unused

Description:
Fine food, reasonably priced and graciously served in one of the Capital's most charming dining rooms. Many excellent motels in area. Breakfast, lunch, dinner - Air Conditioned. Recommended by Duncan Hines and AAA on U.S. 1 - 2 miles south of Alexandria, VA. Phone SO 5-4321.



The George Washington Masonic National Memorial
Title:
The George Washington Masonic National Memorial
Alexandria Virginia (VA), Chrome unused

Description:
This great Memorial of George Washington, the Mason is situated on a hill west of Alexandria, between the city of Washington and Mount Vernon. The imposing 250 foot high Memorial overlooks to the north, the city of Washington and to the South Mount Vernon his home: and rising above Alexandria, Virginia, the city he helped to plan.


The Virginia Lodge, 6027 Richmond Hwy
Title:
The Virginia Lodge, 6027 Richmond Hwy
Alexandria Virginia (VA), Chrome unused

Description:
The Virginia Lodge minutes from Washington, D. C.



Confederate Monument
Title:
Confederate Monument
Alexandria Virginia (VA), Divided Back unused

Description:
At the intersection of Prince and Washington Streets, stands Appomattox Monument, erected in 18889 by the surviving Confederate soldiers to the memory of their dead comrades. This was the place where the southern soldiers gathered, and from which they marched south on May 24th, 1861, the beginning of the Civil War.


The Carlisle House
Title:
The Carlisle House
Alexandria Virginia (VA), Divided Back unused



Christ Church Where Washington Worshipped
Title:
Christ Church Where Washington Worshipped
Alexandria Virginia (VA), Post Card (Undivided Back) PM 1906 Sep-10


Christ Church Where Washington Worshipped
Title:
Christ Church Where Washington Worshipped
Alexandria Virginia (VA), Post Card (Undivided Back) PM 1904 Oct-12



The Carlyle House
Title:
The Carlyle House
Alexandria Virginia (VA), Post Card (Undivided Back) unused

Description:
The Carlyle House was erected by John S. Carlyle in 1732. In 1755, the details of Braddock's expedition against Fort Duquesne were arranged here by that unfortunate officer and the governors of New York, Pennsylvania, Maryland, Virginia and North Carolina. With the exception of one or two changes, which time has rendered necessary, the room in which the conferences took place remains as it then was.


Christ Church
Title:
Christ Church
Alexandria Virginia (VA), Post Card (Undivided Back) unused



Christ Church
Title:
Christ Church
Alexandria Virginia (VA), Post Card (Undivided Back) PM 1905 Aug-22


Christ Church
Title:
Christ Church
Alexandria Virginia (VA), Post Card (Undivided Back) unused



Old Christ Church
Title:
Old Christ Church
Alexandria Virginia (VA), Private Mailing Card unused


George Washington Masonic National Memorial
Title:
George Washington Masonic National Memorial
Alexandria Virginia (VA), Real Photo unused



Christ Church
Title:
Christ Church
Alexandria Virginia (VA), Post Card (Undivided Back) unused


Old Carlyle House
Title:
Old Carlyle House
Alexandria Virginia (VA), Post Card (Undivided Back) PM 1907 Apr-24



Christ Church
Title:
Christ Church
Alexandria Virginia (VA), White Border unused


Interior View Of Old Lodge
Title:
Interior View Of Old Lodge
Alexandria Virginia (VA), Divided Back unused

Description:
East view of "Old" Alexandria Washington Lodge, No. 22, A. F. & A. M., of Alexandria, Va., of which General George Washington was first Worshipful Master in 1788-89, showing Master's chair occupied by Washington when Master, also original desks, benches, etc., The Lesser Lights were used at the laying of the Cornerstone of the National Capitol and at the Washington's Funeral. On the wall to the left of Master's chair is the Williams Painting of Washington, made in 1794 for the Lodge.



The Old Presbyterian Meeting House
Title:
The Old Presbyterian Meeting House
Alexandria Virginia (VA), Chrome unused

Description:
In the graveyard behind this sanctuary rest many founders of the seaport city, among them George Washington's lifelong intimates and comrades at arms. Here, in 1932, was dedicated the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier of the American Revolution.


Christ Church, Cameron and North Washington Streets
Title:
Christ Church, Cameron and North Washington Streets
Alexandria Virginia (VA), Chrome unused

Description:
This lovely English Style Church was built between 1767 and 1773. George Washington and Robert E. Lee both worshipped here. Washington's pew is preserved and on view



Christ Church In Alexandria
Title:
Christ Church In Alexandria
Alexandria Virginia (VA), Chrome unused

Description:
Christ Church in Alexandria, Virginia is one whose historical place in America fully merits the interest it receives. The Parish to which it belongs has existed continuously since 1765. The building was completed in 1773. The bell tower is a later addition.


Christ Church
Title:
Christ Church
Alexandria Virginia (VA), Divided Back unused



Christ Church
Title:
Christ Church
Alexandria Virginia (VA), Post Card (Undivided Back) unused


Old Christ Church
Title:
Old Christ Church
Alexandria Virginia (VA), Private Mailing Card unused



Christ Church
Title:
Christ Church
Alexandria Virginia (VA), Divided Back PM 1909

Description:
In Christ church at Alexandria, Va., Washington's pew remains as in the days when occupied by him; and across the aisle is the pew which still bears the name plate of Robert E. Lee.


Interior Of Christ Church
Title:
Interior Of Christ Church
Alexandria Virginia (VA), Linen PM 1912

Description:
Interior Of Christ Church, Alexandria Virginia, built in 1767 of bricks imported form England. George Washington was a member of the vestry, and the pew which he purchased in February, 1773, remains unaltered Robert E. Lee Also worshiped here.



Fire Apparatus Presented By George Washington
Title:
Fire Apparatus Presented By George Washington
Alexandria Virginia (VA), Linen unused

Description:
Fire Apparatus Presented by George Washington, 1774, Alexandria, Va.


Alexandria Washington Masonic Lodge No. 22
Title:
Alexandria Washington Masonic Lodge No. 22
Alexandria Virginia (VA), Linen PM 1942

Description:
The altar, pedestals and desks of Secretary and Treasurer are all original furniture, also there are seventeen fan-back chairs that are original. The original Bible, published in 1763, rests on the altar.



Old Presbyterian Meeting House
Title:
Old Presbyterian Meeting House
Alexandria Virginia (VA), Linen unused

Description:
Erected 1774. The churchyard which adjoins the church holds the tomb of the Unknown Revolutionary Soldier as well as the remains of many of Washington's closest friends. The Meeting House contains the oldest pipe organ in America


Olde Colony Motor Lodge
Title:
Olde Colony Motor Lodge
Alexandria Virginia (VA), Chrome PM 1963

Description:
On beautiful Mount Vernon Memorial Highway in Alexandria, is Virginia's most modern and luxurious motor court. With architecture and grounds designed to simulate a colonial estate, its pink brick buildings reflect the charm of 18th century manor house life. In the rich atmosphere of the traditional old South, guests enjoy every comfort of modern living, including radio. telephone, air-conditioning and television in every room. Convenient to the nation's capitol, Olde Colony is ideal for families, businessmen and convention groups. 102 Rooms - 3 minutes South of National Airport, cor. N. Washington and First Sts., Alexandria, Va.



Interior Alexandria Washington Masonic Lodge No. 22
Title:
Interior Alexandria Washington Masonic Lodge No. 22
Alexandria Virginia (VA), Linen unused

Description:
The Altar, pedestals and desks of Secretary and Treasurer are all original furniture, also there are seventeen fan-back chairs that are original. The original Bible, published in 1763, rests on the altar.


Interior Christ Church
Title:
Interior Christ Church
Alexandria Virginia (VA), Linen unused



Old Christ Church
Title:
Old Christ Church
Alexandria Virginia (VA), Post Card (Undivided Back) PM 1908


Interior, Alexandria Washington Masonic Lodge
Title:
Interior, Alexandria Washington Masonic Lodge
Alexandria Virginia (VA), Linen unused

Description:
The altar, pedestals and desks of Secretary and Treasurer are all original furniture, also there are seventeen fan-back chairs that are original. The Original Bible, published in 1763, rests on the altar.



Home of "Light Horse Harry" Lee
Title:
Home of "Light Horse Harry" Lee
Alexandria Virginia (VA), Linen unused

Description:
Light Horse Harry Lee was a Revolutionary hero and the father of Robert Edward Lee. The house was built in 1776 and still stands


Harrisonburg Hose Co. Firemen Parade
Title:
Harrisonburg Hose Co. Firemen Parade
Alexandria Virginia (VA), Real Photo PM 1910 Aug-24

Description:
Fireman's Convention



Mt. Vee Motel
Title:
Mt. Vee Motel
Alexandria Virginia (VA), Chrome unused

Description:
U. S. One Highway 5 Miles So. Alexandria, Va. Phone Edgewater 9-5544 The only public Coach and Four in America. You can ride all the way to Mount Vernon on this authentic coach over the route used by George Washington. Scheduled daily at $1.00 round trip. Mt. Vee Motel and Mount Vernon


Gadsby's Tavern
Title:
Gadsby's Tavern
Alexandria Virginia (VA), White Border unused



Greetings from Alexandria, VA
Title:
Greetings from Alexandria, VA
Alexandria Virginia (VA), Linen unused

Description:
The City of Alexandria is so closely identified with George Washington that it could easily be called his home town. Mt. Vernon is but 7 miles away, but he maintained a town house and owned considerable property in Alexandria, and here also most of his best friends lived. Alexandria is today a great railroad and shipping center, but its great interest for the visitor is its historic significance.


Howard Johnson's Motor Lodge
Title:
Howard Johnson's Motor Lodge
Alexandria Virginia (VA), Jumbo/Large Format unused

Description:
5821 Richmond Highway.



Travelers Motel
Title:
Travelers Motel
Alexandria Virginia (VA), Jumbo/Large Format

Description:
5916 Richmond Highway.


Virginia Lodge
Title:
Virginia Lodge
Alexandria Virginia (VA), Chrome unused

Description:
6027 Richmond Highway



Value Inns of America/Temple Motel
Title:
Value Inns of America/Temple Motel
Alexandria Virginia (VA), Chrome unused

Description:
6601 Richmond Highway (U.S. 1) Alexandria, Virginia 22306 (703)768-2622 6 miles south of Washington D.C. Use exit 1 S from route 495


Marshall House, as it was in 1861
Title:
Marshall House, as it was in 1861
Alexandria Virginia (VA), White Border unused

Description:
The Ordinance of Secession was ratified by the people at an election held Thursday, May 23rd, 1861. The Federal troops entered and the Confederates evacuated on the morning of Friday, May 24, about day break. Col. Ellsworth with a squad of his Zouaves repaired at once to the Marshall House to capture the only Confederate Flag flying in the city. Having secured the Flag, he was proceeding down the stairs when Mr. James Jackson, Proprietor of the House, came from his bed room, double barrel shot gun in hand and instantly killed Col. Ellsworth - as he was about to discharge the remaining load, Corporal Brownell knocked the gun in the air then shot and bayoneted Jackson to the floor, killing him instantly. This post card is from the original of the building as it stood at the time of the killing



Theological Seminary
Title:
Theological Seminary
Alexandria Virginia (VA), Divided Back unused


Penn-Daw Hotel
Title:
Penn-Daw Hotel
Alexandria Virginia (VA), Linen PM 1938 Nov-13

Description:
A First Class Hotel on the Highway Showing Main Building and One Of The Cottages 8 Miles South of Washington, D. C. - U. S. Route No. 1 - 2 Miles South of Alexandria, Va. Address: ALEXANDRIA, VA. - TELEPHONES: ALEXANDRIA 1932 and 3645 * Accommodations for 120 guests in brick cottages, each containing 4 apartments. Each apartment consists of a garage, bath and one or more bedrooms. Completely equipped. RATES PER DAY 1 person $2.00 2 persons $4.00 and $3.00 Main building contains office, lobby and dining room For 10 years we have served a discriminating public



Ainsworth Downs
Title:
Ainsworth Downs
Alexandria Virginia (VA), Chrome unused

Description:
On US Hwy. No. 1 - 7 miles south of Alexandria, Virginia. A delightful court of English architecture in a beautiful setting of lawn and shade trees. Cool in summer - comfortably warm in winter. Most of the attractively furnished cottages have television sets, cross-corner ventilation, and matched Englander Air-Foam sleep units. Restaurants convenient; five minutes from Mt. Vernon and Ft. Belvoir Sightseeing Tours of Washington, DC direct from Motel; approved by AAA - United Motor Courts and Duncan Hines; phone Edgewater 9-9666


Southern Pig Barbecue
Title:
Southern Pig Barbecue
Alexandria Virginia (VA), Chrome unused

Description:
Southern Pig Barbecue 1825 Richmond Hwy. Route #1 Alexandria, Va. Breakfast - Lunch - Dinner Also fast and Courteous curb service, 5 to 12 p. m. - Barbecues our specialty - Your hosts: Minnie and Harry Holt, the barbecue specialists. Located 3 miles south of Alexandria overlooking the Nation's Capital -- Phone SO-5-9769



The Key Motel
Title:
The Key Motel
Alexandria Virginia (VA), Chrome

Description:
7 miles south of the Nation's capitol. On Shirley Highway. Routes 350 and 236. Lewis & Jerome Keyes, owners and operators


The Lord Fairfax Restaurant with The Hunter's Lodge
Title:
The Lord Fairfax Restaurant with The Hunter's Lodge
Alexandria Virginia (VA), Chrome unused

Description:
The Lord Fairfax Restaurant with The Hunter's Lounge 6461 Edsall Road, Alexandria, Virginia 22312 At the Charter House Motor Hotel (703) 354-4400 Welcome to a story book journey back to the era of the famous Fairfax's of Old England. You will dine in an atmosphere of timeless quiet and leisure, where superb food and service make your dinner an unforgettable occasion. There is nightly entertainment and dancing in the Hunter's Lounge



The George Mason Hotel
Title:
The George Mason Hotel
Alexandria Virginia (VA), Linen

Description:
Alexandria is one of the most historic cities in Virginia. Here George Washington frequently visited on business or pleasure. He was first Master of Alexandria-Washington Lodge, No. 22, Free and Accepted Masons, and it is fitting, therefore, that here should rise the magnificent $10,000,000 Masonic Memorial Shrine. George Mason, after whom the new 125-room American hotel was named, was born here. Only six miles from Washington, just across the Potomac River. Booklet on request. Rates reasonable


Carlyle House
Title:
Carlyle House
Alexandria Virginia (VA), Linen PM 1944 Apr-3

Description:
The Carlyle House was built by John Carlyle in the year 1752. The Congress of Alexandria at the time of the French and Indian Wars met in the Blue Room of the Mansion. It was here that General Braddock decided, against Washington's advice, to make the disastrous expedition to Fort Duquesne



Christ Church where Washington worshipped
Title:
Christ Church where Washington worshipped
Alexandria Virginia (VA), White Border unused

Description:
Christ Church, Alexandria, Virginia, was built in 1773. George Washington attended this church with his family


Penn-Daw Hotel
Title:
Penn-Daw Hotel
Alexandria Virginia (VA), White Border PM 1932

Description:
A convenient place to stay while visiting Washington and Northern Virginia. RFD No. 1., Telephones Alexandria 1932 & 2203. 8 miles south of Washington, DC - US Route No. 1 - 2 miles south of Alexandria, VA. Accommodations for 120 guests in brick bungalows, each containing 4 apartments. Each apartment consists of garage, bath and one or more bedrooms; completely furnished; plenty of hot water, and heat when necessary. Dining Room in adjacent Main Building. Rates per person $1.50 to $2.00 per day



Old Club Restaurant
Title:
Old Club Restaurant
Alexandria Virginia (VA), Chrome unused

Description:
Once George Washington's Club House. 555 So. Washington St. Midway between the White House and Mount Vernon on Mt. Vernon Memorial Highway. Once used by Geo. Washington and his friends as a club. Greater Washington's famous historical restaurant. Finest food always at reasonable prices. Champagne cocktails, fine wines, cool drinks. Seats 300. Completely air-conditioned. Free parking. Banquets - parties - receptions. Dinner and lunch daily and Sunday 12 to 8:30. Closed Mondays. Recommended by Duncan Hines, AAA. Phone King 9.4555


Old Club Teahouse (Once George Washington's Club House)
Title:
Old Club Teahouse (Once George Washington's Club House)
Alexandria Virginia (VA), Linen unused

Description:
The Old Club Teahouse is midway between the White House in Washington and Mount Vernon, VA on Mt. Vernon Memorial Highway. The oldest part was once used by George Washington and his friends as a Club and dates from before 1790. This is Greater Washington's Famous and Historial Restaurant. Finest food always at reasonable prices. Seats 250. Completely air-conditioned. Banquets - Receptions - Parties. "Laura Lee invites you" for Dinner and Lunch every day and Sunday 12 to 8:30. OLD CLUB TEAHOUSE, 555 S. Washington St., Alexandria, VA Phone King 9-4555



Old Club Resturant (Once George Washington's Club House)
Title:
Old Club Resturant (Once George Washington's Club House)
Alexandria Virginia (VA), Linen unused

Description:
Midway between the White House and Mount Vernon, on Mount Vernon Memorial Highway. Once used by Geo. Washington and his friends as a Club. Greater Washington's Famous Historical Restaurant. Finest food always at reasonable prices. Seats 350. Completley air-conditioned. Free Parking. Banquets - Parties. Dinner and Lunch daily and Sunday 12 to 8:30. Closed Mondays. Old Club Restaurant, 555 S. Washington St., Alexandria, Va. Phone King 9-4555


The Pines Tourist Court
Title:
The Pines Tourist Court
Alexandria Virginia (VA), Linen unused

Description:
AAA Recommended Modern, Private baths. Hot water heat. Television. Restaurant adjoining. Mr. & Mrs. H. W. Petrie, Owners, Managers



Grounds Plan, George Washington Masonic Naitonal Memorial
Title:
Grounds Plan, George Washington Masonic Naitonal Memorial
Alexandria Virginia (VA), Linen unused


George Washington Masonic National Memorial
Title:
George Washington Masonic National Memorial
Alexandria Virginia (VA), Linen unused



Mt. Vernon Lodge Motor Court
Title:
Mt. Vernon Lodge Motor Court
Alexandria Virginia (VA), Chrome PM 1952 Jul-10

Description:
3 Miles South of Alexandria, Va., on Rt #1. Twenty Min. from Wash. 21 Units- Air Conditioned- TV- 3 Acres- Playground- Games. Reasonable Rates. Telephone SO. 8-9000. Owned and operated by Dick and Margaret Stophlet


Ainsworth Downs
Title:
Ainsworth Downs
Alexandria Virginia (VA), Chrome PM 1953 Oct-7

Description:
A delightful court of English architecture in a beautiful setting of lawn and shade trees. Cool in summer - comfortably warm in winter. Most of the attractively furnished cottages have television sets, cross-corner ventilation, and matched Englander Air-Foam sleep units. Restaurants convenient. Five minutes from Mt. Vernon and Ft. Belvoir Sightseeing Tours of Washington, D.C. direct from Motel. Approved by A.A.A. - United Motor courts and Duncan Hines. Phone Edgewater 9-9666



Garcia's Coffee Shoppe and Tourist Court
Title:
Garcia's Coffee Shoppe and Tourist Court
Alexandria Virginia (VA), Chrome unused

Description:
STOP AT GARCIA'S COFFEE SHOP AND TOURIST COURT Six miles south of Alexandria, Va. On U. S. Highway 1. Modern cabins with television. Air conditioned coffee shoppe. Excellent food. Have your car serviced at our Esso Station B. G. Garcia, P. O. Box 123, Alexandria, Va


The George Washington Masonic National Memorial
Title:
The George Washington Masonic National Memorial
Alexandria Virginia (VA), Real Photo unused



George Washington Masonic National Memorial from the South
Title:
George Washington Masonic National Memorial from the South
Alexandria Virginia (VA), Linen PM 1948 Feb-24

Description:
Scenic Art Series 4A-H2056


The Seaport Inn, 6 King St
Title:
The Seaport Inn, 6 King St
Alexandria Virginia (VA), Continental Chrome unused

Description:
Series 128703 A seafood restaurant housed in an original tide mill built prior to 1765 - located in the old port section of historic Alexandria, Virginia.



Travelers Motel
Title:
Travelers Motel
Alexandria Virginia (VA), Chrome unused

Description:
Series PE-124
On U. S. Highway No. 1. One mille south of Alexandria. Virginia and Five miles south of Washington, D. C. - Ceramic Tiled Baths, Tub and Shower Combination - Wall-To-Wall Carpet-Hot Water Heat-TV in each room - Washington sightseeing Bus from Motel-Restaurant adjacent


Penn-Daw Restaurant, U. S. 1 - 2 miles South of Alexandria
Title:
Penn-Daw Restaurant, U. S. 1 - 2 miles South of Alexandria
Alexandria Virginia (VA), Chrome unused

Description:
Series 9029 Fine food, reasonably priced and graciously served in one of the Capital's most charming dining rooms. Many excellent motels in area. Breakfast, lunch, dinner-Air Conditioned. Recommended by Duncan Hines and AAA



John Bull, 132 North Royal St
Title:
John Bull, 132 North Royal St
Alexandria Virginia (VA), Chrome unused

Description:
Series 124105 An Elegant English Restaurant serving, Luncheon, Dinner, and Cocktails, featuring Roast Prime Ribs of Beef with Yorkshire Pudding, Steak and Kidney Pie. Imported Dover Sole and our fabulous Dessert Table. Facilities for Private Functions, Ample Underground Parking.


Masonic Lodge And North Front City Hall
Title:
Masonic Lodge And North Front City Hall
Alexandria Virginia (VA), White Border PM 1932 Apr-16

Description:
Site of Masonic Lodge of which Genl. Washington was first worship master. Christ church is shown in the distance



Keystone Court, Hwy. No. 1
Title:
Keystone Court, Hwy. No. 1
Alexandria Virginia (VA), Chrome unused

Description:
Duncan Hines and AAA Approved. 14 miles south of Washington, D. C. on U. S. Hwy. No. 1 and 4 miles from Mt. Vernon. Private bath, air foam mattresses, hot water heat, air cooled rooms. T. V. in every room. Open all year. Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Ayers, owners.


Georg Washington Masonic National Memorial
Title:
Georg Washington Masonic National Memorial
Alexandria Virginia (VA), Linen PM 1937 Jul-29

Description:
This imposing memorial to George Washington, the Mason, 333 ft. high. Overlooks the cities of Washington to the north and Mt. Vernon to the south, while eastward at its foot lies Alexandria, which city he helped to plan. The building of unusual architecture, modelled after the ancient towers which were used as beacons to guide mariners. Houses a priceless collection of memorabilia of Washington, including many articles closely connected with his career in the Masonic order. Built by the George Washington Masonic order. Built by the George Washington Masonic National Memorial Association, coast $4,000,000.



George Washington Masonic National Memorial
Title:
George Washington Masonic National Memorial
Alexandria Virginia (VA), Chrome unused

Description:
George Washington Masonic National Memorial. Built by contributions from masons throughout the country as a Masonic memorial to our first president. It was dedicated in 1932. In 1950, the huge 17 foot bronze statue of Washington was unveiled in the memorial Hall. All the valuable possessions of the Alexandria Washington Lodge are now safely housed in the Memorial. Open 9:00 AM to 5:00 PM, daily.


House In Which Lafayette Was Entertained By Washington
Title:
House In Which Lafayette Was Entertained By Washington
Alexandria Virginia (VA), Divided Back unused

Description:
It was in this house that Lafayette was entertained when he visited Washington in Alexandria



The George Washington Masonic National Memorial
Title:
The George Washington Masonic National Memorial
Alexandria Virginia (VA), Linen unused

Description:
This great Memorial to George Washington, the Mason, is situated on a hill west of Alexandria, between the City of Washington and Mount Vernon. The imposing 250-foot high Memorial overlooks to the north, the city of Washington and to the south Mt. Vernon, his home; while to the east lies Alexandria, Virginia, which city he helped to plan. The Memorial will house a priceless collection of memorabilia of Washington, including numerous articles closely connected with his career in the Masonic order.


George Washington , Masonic National Memrial
Title:
George Washington , Masonic National Memrial
Alexandria Virginia (VA), White Border PM 1923

Description:
This great memorial to George Washington, the Mason, is situated on a hill west of Alexandria between the City of Washington and Mount Vernon. The imposing 250 foot high memorial will overlook to the north the City of Washington and to the south Mount Vernon his home, while to the east lies Alexandria, Virginia , which city he helped to plan. The unusual architectural features and the remarkably landscaped terraced approaches present a sticking apearance. It was modelled after the ancient towers which were used as beacons to guide mariners into harbor as exemplified in he beacon at Rhodes. The memorial will house a priceless collection of memorial will house a priceless collection of memorabilla of Washington including numerous articles closely connected with his career in the Masonic order. The cost of the memorial will e $3,000,000. It is being built by the George Washington Masonic National Memorial Association.



Christ Church
Title:
Christ Church
Alexandria Virginia (VA), Divided Back

Description:
Where George Washington worshiped


Greetings From Alexandria
Title:
Greetings From Alexandria
Alexandria Virginia (VA), Linen unused

Description:
The City of Alexandria is so closely identified with George Washington that it could easily be called his home town. Mt. Vernon is but 7 miles away, but he maintained a town house and owned considerable property in Alexandria, and here also most of his best friends lived. Alexandria is today a great railroad and shipping center, but its great interest for the visitor is its historic significance.



Woodlawn Home Of Nellie Custis
Title:
Woodlawn Home Of Nellie Custis
Alexandria Virginia (VA), Linen unused

Description:
Woodlawn was built in 1805 and was part of the Washington estate, being bequeathed by Washington's will to Nellie Custis who was a granddaughter of Martha Washington.


Greetings From Alexandria
Title:
Greetings From Alexandria
Alexandria Virginia (VA), Linen unused

Description:
The City of Alexandria is so closely identified with George Washington that it could easily be called his home town. Mt. Vernon is but 7 miles away, but he maintained a town house and owned considerable property in Alexandria, and here also most of his best friends lived. Alexandria is today a great railroad and shipping center, but its great interest for the visitor is its historic significance.



Interior Alexandria Washington Masonic Lodge
Title:
Interior Alexandria Washington Masonic Lodge
Alexandria Virginia (VA), Linen unused

Description:
The original Bible, published in 1763, rests on the altar, which together with the pedestals and desks of Secretary and Treasurer are all original furniture, and also there are seventeen fan-back chairs that are original.


Alexandria Academy
Title:
Alexandria Academy
Alexandria Virginia (VA), Linen unused

Description:
Built 1785. Endowed school. George Washington gave $250.00 annually for the support of this Academy and on his death bequeathed $4,000.00 for a trust fund, for the institution. Robert E. Lee graduated from this school in 1824.



Lindo Restaurant And Cabins, Hwy No. 1
Title:
Lindo Restaurant And Cabins, Hwy No. 1
Alexandria Virginia (VA), Linen unused

Description:
6 miles south of Alexandria, Va., route U. S. No. 1 Stop for real Italian spaghetti dinners, steaks, chicken and other fine foods. Phone Engleside 10. Prop., M. Vigliucci.


George Washington National Masonic Memorial
Title:
George Washington National Masonic Memorial
Alexandria Virginia (VA), Linen PM 1946

Description:
The George Washington National Masonic Memorial, approached by a series of terraces, is 230 feet in length and 160 feet wide, and rises to a height of 200 feet. The memorial had its inception in the desire of the Alexandria - Washington Lodge (Washington's Lodge) to provide a fitting shrine for the preservation of the priceless relics of its illustrious master. The memorial is in design typical of Washington's life and character.



Marshall House
Title:
Marshall House
Alexandria Virginia (VA), Divided Back unused

Description:
The house in which Colonel Ellsworth met his death taking down the Confederate flag


George Washington Masonic National Memorial
Title:
George Washington Masonic National Memorial
Alexandria Virginia (VA), White Border PM 1929

Description:
This great Memorial to George Washington, the Mason, is situated on Shooters Hill, in the western part of Alexandria, Va., on the highway between the City of Washington and Mount Vernon, his old home. The imposing Memorial 333 feet high, will overlook the City of Washington to the north and Mount Vernon to the south, while eastward at its foot lies Alexandria, which city he helped to plan. All the surrounding country is rich in historical association. The unusual architectural features and the remarkable terraced approaches present a striking appearance. It is modelled after the ancient towers which were used as beacons to guide mariners into habors, as exemplified in the beacor, at Rhodes. The Memorial will house a priceless collection of memorabilia of Washington, including many articles closely connected with his career in the Masonic order. The coat of the Memorial will be $4,000,000. It is being built by the George Washington Masonic National Memorial Association.



George Washington Masonic National Memorial
Title:
George Washington Masonic National Memorial
Alexandria Virginia (VA), Linen unused

Description:
This imposing memorial to George Washington, the Mason, 333 ft. high, will overlook the city of Washington to the north and Mt. Vernon to the south, while eastward at its foot lies Alexandria, which city he helped to plan. The building of unusual architecture and remarkable terraces, is modelled after the ancient towers which were used as beacons to guide mariners, as examplified in the beacon at Rhodes. The memorial will house a priceless collection of memorabilia of Washington, including many articles closely connected with his career in the Masonic order. It is being built by the George Washington Masonic National Memorial Association and will coat $4,000,000.




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