Pentagon Building
Title:
Pentagon Building
Arlington Virginia (VA), Jumbo/Large Format unused


Washington and the Potomac from Arlington
Title:
Washington and the Potomac from Arlington
Arlington Virginia (VA), Divided Back unused



General Philip Sheridan Grave and Monument
Title:
General Philip Sheridan Grave and Monument
Arlington Virginia (VA), Post Card (Undivided Back) unused

Description:
(1831-1888) Union, Cavalry, Civil War - Arlington National Cemetery.


King Arthur's Court
Title:
King Arthur's Court
Arlington Virginia (VA), Chrome

Description:
King Arthur's Court Kitchenettes, Free Indoor Parking Five Minutes to D.C. - TV and Hi-Fi Fingertip Temp Control - BUs at Door - Courtesy Coffee - Family Rates Sightseeing Service - Near Arl. Cemetary Phone 524-8850



Mast of USS Maine, Arlington National Cemetery
Title:
Mast of USS Maine, Arlington National Cemetery
Arlington Virginia (VA), Real Photo unused


General Lee's Mansion and Electric Flyer
Title:
General Lee's Mansion and Electric Flyer
Arlington Virginia (VA), Post Card (Undivided Back) unused



Lee Mansion
Title:
Lee Mansion
Arlington Virginia (VA), Divided Back unused


Arva Motor Hotel
Title:
Arva Motor Hotel
Arlington Virginia (VA), Chrome PM Sep-26

Description:
Koppel Color Cards



Holiday Inn
Title:
Holiday Inn
Arlington Virginia (VA), Chrome PM May-18


Arlington National Cemetery
Title:
Arlington National Cemetery
Arlington Virginia (VA), Divided Back unused

Description:
McClellan Gate at Arlington. One of the principal entrances to the cemetery is the McClellan Gate, named after the first commander of the Army of the Potomac whose headquarters were for a long time located in Arlington Mansion itself... a house just previously vacated by Gen. Robt. E. Lee and confiscated by the U.S. Government.



Arlington National Cemetery - Sheridan Gate
Title:
Arlington National Cemetery - Sheridan Gate
Arlington Virginia (VA), Divided Back unused

Description:
One of the most used entrances to Arlington Cemetery. The lintel surrounding the marble pillars bears the single word "Sheridan," and on the columns themselves are inscribed the names Scott, Lincoln, Stanton and Grant. The gate was built in 1879, the pillars having been secured from the old War Office at Washington, a famous government building erected in 1818.


The Mast of the Battleship Maine
Title:
The Mast of the Battleship Maine
Arlington Virginia (VA), Divided Back unused



Cherry Smash by Cherry Smash Co.
Title:
Cherry Smash by Cherry Smash Co.
Arlington Virginia (VA), Divided Back

Description:
P.S. Don't forget to ask for Cherry Smash wherever you go. It's made from pure fruit and the best ever.


Hospitality House Motor Inn
Title:
Hospitality House Motor Inn
Arlington Virginia (VA), Chrome unused

Description:
160 air-conditioned rooms and suites. Television in every room. Swimming Pool. Heritage Room for superb dining at modest prices. Banquet facilities. American Express, Diners and Carte Blanche cards honored. AAA approved. Five minutes to downtown, Washington, D.C.



Quality Inn - Pentagon City
Title:
Quality Inn - Pentagon City
Arlington Virginia (VA), Chrome unused


Tomb of Unknown Soldier
Title:
Tomb of Unknown Soldier
Arlington Virginia (VA), White Border unused



Evans Coffee Shop
Title:
Evans Coffee Shop
Arlington Virginia (VA), Chrome PM 1956 Apr-2


The Arlington Motel
Title:
The Arlington Motel
Arlington Virginia (VA), Chrome unused



Arlington National Cemetery - Rough Rider Monument and Spanish War Section
Title:
Arlington National Cemetery - Rough Rider Monument and Spanish War Section
Arlington Virginia (VA), Divided Back unused


Iwo Jima Motor Hotel
Title:
Iwo Jima Motor Hotel
Arlington Virginia (VA), Chrome unused



Clarendon Hotel Court, 3824 Wilson Boulevard
Title:
Clarendon Hotel Court, 3824 Wilson Boulevard
Arlington Virginia (VA), Chrome unused

Description:
The newest and most modern designed drive-in hotel serving Arlington and the Nation's Capital. All units fully air-conditioned. Telephone JAckson 5-7200. Dexter Press, Inc.


Arlington National Cemetery
Title:
Arlington National Cemetery
Arlington Virginia (VA), Post Card (Undivided Back) unused

Description:
The Ord and Weitzel Gate is one of the artistic triumphs of Arlington Cemetery. - a portal consisting of two graceful pillars bearing the names of these famous officers and surmounted by mortuary urns. From the stone foundations on which the pillars rest swing heavy gates of ornamental iron work.



Arlington National Cemetery, Monument to Spanish-American War Heroes
Title:
Arlington National Cemetery, Monument to Spanish-American War Heroes
Arlington Virginia (VA), Post Card (Undivided Back) unused

Description:
The monument stands over the graves of over one thousand American soldiers and sailors who lost their lives in Cuba during the Spanish-American War. It was erected by the National Society of Colonial Dames and unveiled by President Roosevelt in May 1902 and stands 40 feet above the base which is 10 feet in height.


Arlington National Cemetery - Monuments to G. W. P. Custis and Wife
Title:
Arlington National Cemetery - Monuments to G. W. P. Custis and Wife
Arlington Virginia (VA), Post Card (Undivided Back) unused

Description:
MONUMENTS TO GEO. WASHINGTON PARKE CUSTIS AND WIFE. In a retired part of Arlington Cemetery two marble shafts mark the graves of George Washington Parke Custis and his wife Mary L. Custis. When Col. John Parke Custis (son of Mrs. Washington) died at the siege of Yorktown during the Revolutionary War, Gen. Washington adopted as his own the two children, George Washington Parke Custis and his sister Nelly. G. W. P. Custis lived at Mount Vernon until after the death of Mrs. Washington, when he removed to Arlington. He died in 1857.



Arlington National Cemetery - Sheridan Gate
Title:
Arlington National Cemetery - Sheridan Gate
Arlington Virginia (VA), Post Card (Undivided Back) unused

Description:
SHERIDAN GATE. One of the most used entrances to Arlington Cemetery. The lintel surmounting the marble pillars bears the single word "Sheridan", and on the columns themselves are inscribed the names of Scott, Lincoln, Stanton and Grant. The gate was built in 1879, the pillars having been secured from the old War Office at Washington, a famous government building erected in 1818.


Arlington National Cemetery, Sheridan Gate
Title:
Arlington National Cemetery, Sheridan Gate
Arlington Virginia (VA), Post Card (Undivided Back) unused

Description:
One of the most used entrances in Arlington Cemetery. The lintel surmounting the marble pillars bears the single word "Sheridan", and on the columns themselves are inscribed the names of Scott, Lincoln, Stanton and Grant. The gate was built i 1879, the pillars having been secured from the old War Office at Washington, a famous government building erected in 1818.



Arlington National Cemetery - General Crook Memorial
Title:
Arlington National Cemetery - General Crook Memorial
Arlington Virginia (VA), Post Card (Undivided Back) unused


Arlington National Cemetery, Temple of Fame
Title:
Arlington National Cemetery, Temple of Fame
Arlington Virginia (VA), Post Card (Undivided Back) unused

Description:
A great tribute to famous warriors is the Temple of Fame at Arlington - an open colonnade with low domed roof. The eight pillars bear the names of Generals Thomas, Garfield, Meade, McPherson, Sedgwick, Reynolds, Humphreys and Mansfield, while on the entablature are inscribed the names of Washington, Lincoln, Grant and Farragut.



A Vista of Washington, D. C. from Arlington National Cemetary
Title:
A Vista of Washington, D. C. from Arlington National Cemetary
Arlington Virginia (VA), White Border unused

Description:
A panoramic view is here shown of a portion of Arlington National Cemetery, Va. where repose the remains of Army and Navy heroes. To the left is a profile of the Custis-Lee Mansion, the former home of General Robert E. Lee. The center is the tomb of Gen. Philip Sheridan, and beyond the Potomac River is a beautiful vista of Washington, D. C. The colors used in border of cart are emblematic respectively of Army and Navy.


Hospitality House Motor Inn
Title:
Hospitality House Motor Inn
Arlington Virginia (VA), Chrome PM 1964

Description:
HOSPITALITY HOUSE MOTOR INN 2000 Jefferson Davis Highway (U.S. #1) Arlington, Virginia 22202 Phone 703-684-3730 160 air-conditioned rooms and suites. Television in every room. Swimming Pool. Heritage Room for superb dining at modest prices. Banquet facilities. American Express, Diners and Carte Blanche cards honored. 5 minutes to downtown Washington, D.C.



Hospitality House Motor Inn
Title:
Hospitality House Motor Inn
Arlington Virginia (VA), Chrome

Description:
Bill bard Associates 2000 Jefferson Davis Highway (U.S. #1), Arlington, Virginia 22202 Phone 703-684-3730 160 air-conditioned rooms and suites. Television in every room. Swimming Pool. Heritage Room for superb dining at modest prices. Banquet facilities. American Express, Diners and Carte Blanche cards honored. 5 minutes to downtown Washington, D.C. Koppel Color Cards


Monument to the Unknown Dead
Title:
Monument to the Unknown Dead
Arlington Virginia (VA), Divided Back PM 1908 Feb-13



Tomb of the Unknowns and Temple Facade - Arlington National Cemetary
Title:
Tomb of the Unknowns and Temple Facade - Arlington National Cemetary
Arlington Virginia (VA), Chrome unused

Description:
Commander's Message - First Day of Issue March 15, 1969, Washington, D.C.


Arlington Motor Court
Title:
Arlington Motor Court
Arlington Virginia (VA), Chrome PM 1956 Jul-04

Description:
2836 Jeff. Davis Highway. On US No. 1 midway between Washington, DC and Alexandria, Va.; 10 minutes to downtown Washington; all rooms air conditioned with private bath; ample free parking; telephone OTis 4-7024



Arva Motor Hotel
Title:
Arva Motor Hotel
Arlington Virginia (VA), Chrome unused


Anchor Over Victims of U.S.S. Maine, Arlington National Cemetery
Title:
Anchor Over Victims of U.S.S. Maine, Arlington National Cemetery
Arlington Virginia (VA), Divided Back unused

Description:
A large anchor marks the last resting place of 163 men of the crew of the U. S. S. Maine, which was blown up February 15, 1898, in the Harbor of Havana, Cuba, from where their bodies were brought and reinterred in the Spanish-American War section of Arlington National Cemetery on December 28, 1899



Impressions of a Visit to Beautiful Arlington
Title:
Impressions of a Visit to Beautiful Arlington
Arlington Virginia (VA), White Border unused

Description:
Royal Blue Line Motor Tours. Outdoors in America. Office and starting point, Hotel Raleigh - Penna. Ave & 12th St. NW, Washington, DC


Unknown Dead, National Cemetery
Title:
Unknown Dead, National Cemetery
Arlington Virginia (VA), Divided Back unused



Memorial Amphitheater at Arlington National Cemetery
Title:
Memorial Amphitheater at Arlington National Cemetery
Arlington Virginia (VA), Chrome PM 1960 Aug-12

Description:
US 7c Airmail stamp


Views of Arlington National Cemetery
Title:
Views of Arlington National Cemetery
Arlington Virginia (VA), Divided Back unused

Description:
Tomb of the Unknown Dead & Graves of dead of the Spanish-American War



World War Section and Arlington Wireless Towers
Title:
World War Section and Arlington Wireless Towers
Arlington Virginia (VA), White Border unused

Description:
On a level plateau, the headstones which record the heroes of the World War have been added to the row of headstone, which likewise record the heroes of the Civil War and Spanish American War. The headstones are set in rows, uniform in distance, one from the other, arrayed in order and marshaled as battalions for review. On each marble or granite slab is inscribed the name of the soldier whose grave it marks


Anchor of USS Maine, Arlington National Cemetery
Title:
Anchor of USS Maine, Arlington National Cemetery
Arlington Virginia (VA), Divided Back PM 1912 Mar-7

Description:
The anchor of the USS Maine, which was blown up in the harbor of Havana, Cuba on Feb. 15, 1898, marks the last resting place of 163 men of her crew. Their bodies were brought from Havana, Cuba, and re-interred in the Spanish American War Section of Arlington National Cemetery on Dec. 28, 1899



World War Section and Arlington Wireless Towers
Title:
World War Section and Arlington Wireless Towers
Arlington Virginia (VA), White Border

Description:
On a level plateau, the headstones which record the heroes of the World War have been added to the rows of headstones, which likewise record the heroes of the Civil War and the Spanish American War. The headstones are set in rows, uniform in distance, one from the other, arrayed in order and marshaled as battalions for review. On each marble or granite slab is inscribed the name of the soldier whose grave it marks


Arlington National Cemetery - Sheridan Gate
Title:
Arlington National Cemetery - Sheridan Gate
Arlington Virginia (VA), Post Card (Undivided Back) PM 1907 Mar-26

Description:
One of the most used entrances to Arlington Cemetery. The lintel surmounting the marble pillars bears the single word "Sheridan", and on the columns themselves are inscribed the names of Scott, Lincoln, Stanton and Grant. The gate was built in 1879, the pillars having been secured from the old War Office at Washington, a famous government building erected in 1818



Orleans House
Title:
Orleans House
Arlington Virginia (VA), Chrome unused

Description:
1213 Wilson Boulevard


Anchor of the Ill-Fated Battleship "Maine" at Arlington National Cemetery
Title:
Anchor of the Ill-Fated Battleship "Maine" at Arlington National Cemetery
Arlington Virginia (VA), Post Card (Undivided Back) unused

Description:
Anchor of the Ill-Fated Battleship "Maine" A significant memorial at Arlington Cemetery is the anchor of the United States Battleship which was blown up in Havana harbor in February 1898. Under this anchor repose the remains of 163 men of the "Maine's" crew, brought from Havana, Cuba and reinterred at Arlington in December of 1898



World War Section and Arlington Wireless Towers
Title:
World War Section and Arlington Wireless Towers
Arlington Virginia (VA), White Border unused

Description:
On a level plateau, the headstones which record the heroes of the World War have been added to the tow of headstones, which likewise record the heroes of the Civil War and Spanish American War. The headstones are set in rows, uniform in distance, one from the other, arrayed in order and marshaled as battalions for review. On each marble or granite slab is inscribed the name of the soldier whose grave it marks


SS Mount Vernon
Title:
SS Mount Vernon
Arlington Virginia (VA), Chrome

Description:
Newly decorated, all-steel excursion liner departs daily at 10am and 2 pm for pleasure cruises on the Potomac. Visits Mount Vernon, stately home of George Washington, and Marshall Hall Amusement Park. Delightfully cooled... or glass-enclosed and heated. Moonlight dance cruises at 8:15 pm. Capacity 2400. Special charter and group rates. Wilson lines. New Pier Four. NA 8-2440



The Mast of the Battleship Maine
Title:
The Mast of the Battleship Maine
Arlington Virginia (VA), Divided Back unused

Description:
The original mast or conning tower of the Battleship Maine rescued from the bottom of Havana Harbor, and here erected to the memory of the officers and men of the Maine


A Vista of Washington DC From Arlington National Cemetery
Title:
A Vista of Washington DC From Arlington National Cemetery
Arlington Virginia (VA), White Border unused

Description:
A panoramic view is here shown of a portion of Arlington National Cemetery where repose the remains of Army and Navy heroes. To the left is a profile of the Curtis-Lee Mansion, the former home of Robert E. Lee. The center is the Tomb of Gen. Philip Sheridan, and beyond the Potomac River is a beautiful vista of Washington. The colors used in border of card are emblematic respectively of the Army and Navy



The Pentagon Building
Title:
The Pentagon Building
Arlington Virginia (VA), Chrome unused


Anchor over Victims of U.S.S. Maine, Arlington National Cemetery
Title:
Anchor over Victims of U.S.S. Maine, Arlington National Cemetery
Arlington Virginia (VA), Divided Back unused

Description:
A large anchor marks the last resting place of 163 men of the crew of the U.S.S. Maine, which was blown up February 15, 1898, in the harbor of Havana, Cuba, from where their bodies were brought and reinterred in the Spanish-American War section of Arlington National Cemetery on December 28, 1899



Motel 50
Title:
Motel 50
Arlington Virginia (VA), Chrome unused

Description:
Motel 50 1601 Arlington Blvd., Arlington, Va. On U. S. 50 West and Alternate Rts. 29 & 211. Thirty-eight brand new, all carpeted rooms with year-round, guest-controlled temperature. One half mile from District Line, 5 minutes to heart of Washington. For reservations call Arthur Wienke, Telephone JAckson 7-8004


Ampitheater and Tombs of The Unknown Soldiers
Title:
Ampitheater and Tombs of The Unknown Soldiers
Arlington Virginia (VA), Chrome unused

Description:
Ampitheater and Tombs of The Unknown Soldiers Arlington, Va. National Observances are held here on Memorial Day and Veterans' Day. The impressive change of the guard can also be seen every hour on the hour



Imperial 400 Motel
Title:
Imperial 400 Motel
Arlington Virginia (VA), Chrome unused

Description:
2201 Arlington Blvd. 703/525-0300; 1 miles west of Wash., D.C. on US No. 50. 131 air conditioned rooms; all modern conveniences & services provided; adjacent to shopping center and across from Fort Myer


The Top of the Town Restaurant and Cocktail Lounge
Title:
The Top of the Town Restaurant and Cocktail Lounge
Arlington Virginia (VA), Jumbo/Large Format unused

Description:
14th and North Oak Street



South Gate Motor Hotel
Title:
South Gate Motor Hotel
Arlington Virginia (VA), Chrome unused

Description:
Shirley Highway (Rt. 350) and S. Glebe Rd. 5 Minutes from Washington, D. C. Phone JAckson 4-4400. 210 Luxurious Guest Rooms, Fully Air-conditioned, TV, Switchboard Service, Heated Swimming Pool, 9-Hole Putting Green, Shuffleboard Courts, Playground Area, Our Own Kennels, Dining room, Helicopter Airport. Douglas A. Stalker, General Manager


Arva Motor Hotel
Title:
Arva Motor Hotel
Arlington Virginia (VA), Chrome

Description:
JAckson 5-0300. 1 Mile West of Wash., D.C. on U.S. #50. Sight-seeing Tours. 118 Air Conditioned Rooms - Swimming Pool - Restaurant - Free T.V. - Hi-Fi Radio - Phones



Quality Inn - Pentagon City
Title:
Quality Inn - Pentagon City
Arlington Virginia (VA), Chrome PM 1979

Description:
300 Army Navy Drive; Gateway to the Nation's Capital. 382 rooms plus convention facilities to 700; revolving "Sky Dome" Lounge - live entertainment; Penthouse Restaurant - free covered parking; Coffee Mill - Library Lounge; rooftop year round pool and Saunas; color TV - touch tone direct phones; adjacent to National Airport and Pentagon; near major points of interest. (703) 892-4100


Motel Merrimac
Title:
Motel Merrimac
Arlington Virginia (VA), Chrome PM 1970 Oct-5

Description:
1530 Jefferson Davis Highway. Washington's finest and most convenient 80 room air conditioned motel, located two minutes south of downtown Washington on U.S.#1 in the heart of the sightseeing area of the Nation's Capital. Modern restaurant and swimming pool. Telephone 684-6446



King Arthur's Court
Title:
King Arthur's Court
Arlington Virginia (VA), Chrome

Description:
Kitchenettes - free indoor parking. Five minutes to DC. TV and hi-fi. Fingertip temp. control. Buss at door. Courtesy coffee. Family rates. Sightseeing service. Near Arl. Cemetery. Phone 524-8850. 2250 Wilson Blvd. Albert F. Sauve, Manager


Holiday Inn
Title:
Holiday Inn
Arlington Virginia (VA), Chrome

Description:
5 min. downtown Washington, your nation's capital. 2485 South Globe Road and Shirley Highway (Rt. 350). Restaurant, swimming pool, free TV, advance teletype reservations



The Highlander Motor Inn
Title:
The Highlander Motor Inn
Arlington Virginia (VA), Chrome

Description:
3336 Wilson Boulevard. In the heart of Arlington, the hub of metropolitan Washington, D.C. Newest and most modern hotel designed especially for your comfort and convenience


Evans Coffee Shop
Title:
Evans Coffee Shop
Arlington Virginia (VA), Chrome unused

Description:
Approved by Duncan Hines; 4770 Lee Highway; five miles from the White House. Jackson 2-9888 - Jackson 7-9888. Lunch, Dinner, Open 11:30 am - 9:00 pm; we serve parties - large or small - air conditioned. Operated by Ruth N. and Bayard D. Evans



Evans Coffee Shop
Title:
Evans Coffee Shop
Arlington Virginia (VA), Chrome unused

Description:
Approved by Duncan Hines. 4770 Lee Highway; five miles from the White House; Jackson 2-9888 - Jackson 7-9888. Lunch - dinner - open 11:30 am - 9 pm. We serve parties large or small - air conditioned. Kiwanis Club meets every Wed. at 12.15. Operated by Ruth N. and Bayard D. Evans. 275 Seats


Allison's Little Tea House
Title:
Allison's Little Tea House
Arlington Virginia (VA), Chrome unused

Description:
1301 South Arlington Ridge Road. Reminiscent of early American days with its brass and copper antiques, its shelves of rare old cook books, its tinkling Swiss music box, Allison's Little Tea House has been devoted for the past quarter of a century to the art of gracious eating



Hospitality House
Title:
Hospitality House
Arlington Virginia (VA), Chrome unused

Description:
Hospitality HOUSE 2000 JEFFERSON DAVIS HIGHWAY, ARLINGTON, VIRGINIA 22202 (703) 920-8600. (800) 368-3006. Ideally located in Crystal City, The Hospitality House is just 5 minutes from National Airport. And the Metro Subway System, only a few blocks away, provides for easy access to downtown museums, monuments, association headquarters and government offices


Hospitality House Motor Inn
Title:
Hospitality House Motor Inn
Arlington Virginia (VA), Chrome unused

Description:
2000 Jefferson Davis Highway (US-1); 920-8600. 300 air-conditioned rooms; swimming pool; free self parking garage; superb dining in the Heritage Room; Brass Lantern Lounge offers entertainment nightly; banquet and convention facilities to 700; free courtesy car to and from National Airport - 1 mile; located at Crystal City Complex, 5 minutes to downtown Washington DC> Koppel Color Cards



Iwo Jima Statue
Title:
Iwo Jima Statue
Arlington Virginia (VA), Chrome unused

Description:
Felix W. DeWeldon completed this statue in 1954 from a photograph taken during World War II, of the raising of the stars and stripes on Mt. Suribachi, Iwo Jima, February 23, 1945


Temple of Fame and the Mansion
Title:
Temple of Fame and the Mansion
Arlington Virginia (VA), Post Card (Undivided Back) unused



Tomb of Unknown Soldier at Memorial Amphitheatre
Title:
Tomb of Unknown Soldier at Memorial Amphitheatre
Arlington Virginia (VA), Linen unused

Description:
Directly in front of the Memorial Amphitheatre is the tomb of America's Unknown Soldier. "The name of him whose body lies before us took flight with his imperishable soul. We know not whence he came, but only that his death marks him with the everlasting glory of an American dying for his country." "We do not know the eminence of his birth, but we do know the glory of his death. He died for his country, and greater devotion hath no man than this. He died unquestioning, uncomplaining, with faith in his heart and hope on his lips that his country should triumph and its civilization survive." President Harding


Grave of John F. Kennedy
Title:
Grave of John F. Kennedy
Arlington Virginia (VA), Chrome unused

Description:
Grave of John F. Kennedy, 35th President of the United States, overlooking the Nation's Capital from Arlington National Cemetery. The eternal flame, lighted during the burial service, is located in front of the Presidential Seal



Grave of John F. Kennedy, Arlington National Cemetery
Title:
Grave of John F. Kennedy, Arlington National Cemetery
Arlington Virginia (VA), Chrome unused

Description:
A side view of the final resting place of the 35th President of the United States of America. The eternal flame, lighted during the burial service, is located to the left of the Presidential Seal in this picture


Grave of John F. Kennedy
Title:
Grave of John F. Kennedy
Arlington Virginia (VA), Chrome unused

Description:
35th President of the United States Arlington National Cemetery. This view was taken from the observation point in front of the Custis-Lee Mansion (Home of General Robert E. Lee). The Lincoln Memorial and the skyline of the Nation's Capital can be seen in the background



John F. Kennedy Memorial, Arlington National Cemetery
Title:
John F. Kennedy Memorial, Arlington National Cemetery
Arlington Virginia (VA), Chrome unused

Description:
Some of the six sections of quotations from the late President of the United States are shown here. These inscriptions are located just a few feet in front of the grave


Grave of John F. Kennedy
Title:
Grave of John F. Kennedy
Arlington Virginia (VA), Chrome unused

Description:
Grave of John F. Kennedy, the 35th President of the United States, overlooking the Nations Capital from Arlington National Cemetery. The eternal flame, lighted during the burial service is located in front of the Presidential Seal



Ord & Weitzel Gate, Arlington Cemetery
Title:
Ord & Weitzel Gate, Arlington Cemetery
Arlington Virginia (VA), Divided Back unused

Description:
The Ord & Wetzel Gate of the Arlington National Cemetery is so named in honor of Gen. O.C. Ord and Gen. Godfrey Weitzel of Civil War fame


Interior of Memorial Amphitheatre
Title:
Interior of Memorial Amphitheatre
Arlington Virginia (VA), White Border unused

Description:
A beautiful memorial to the dead heroes of the nation. Situated in Arlington National Cemetery, Va. It is built of white marble, in the form of an ellipse, the front formed by a temple facing the Lincoln Memorial across the Potomac in Washington City. A broad stairway leads from a beautiful garden to the temple. It was designed by Carrerre & Hastings of New York and cost $750,000. It will seat 5000 people in the amphitheater proper, and several thousand more in the colonnade



Clarendon Hotel Court
Title:
Clarendon Hotel Court
Arlington Virginia (VA), Chrome unused

Description:
One of the newest and most modern drive-in hotels-located in the heart of Arlington only 3 miles from Washington, D.C. 54 rooms completely air-conditioned. Furnished Apartments adjacent by the day, week or month


Monument over grave of Ge. Phil Sheridan
Title:
Monument over grave of Ge. Phil Sheridan
Arlington Virginia (VA), Divided Back unused

Description:
Arlington National Cemetery. A mecca for the thousands of visitors each year pass through the gates of Arlington is the grave of gallant Gen. Phil Sheridan, the dashing cavalry leader and in many respects the most picturesque figure among the leaders of the Union in the Civil War



Monument to Spanish American War Heroes
Title:
Monument to Spanish American War Heroes
Arlington Virginia (VA), Divided Back unused

Description:
This monument stands over the graves of one thousand Americas soldiers and sailors who lost their lives in Cuba during the Spanish-American War. It was erected by the National Society of Colonial Dames and unveiled by President Roosevelt in May 1902 and stands 40 feet above the base which is 10 feet in height


Monuments to Geo. Washington Parke Curtis and Wife
Title:
Monuments to Geo. Washington Parke Curtis and Wife
Arlington Virginia (VA), Divided Back unused

Description:
In a retired part of Arlington Cemetery two shafts mark the graves of George Washington Parke Curtis and his wife Mary L. Curtis. When Col. John Parke Curtis (Son of Mrs. Washington) died at the siege of Yorktown during the Revolutionary War. Gen. Washington adopted as his own the two children, George Washington Parke Curtis and his sister Nelly. GWP Curtis lived at Mount Vernon until after the death of Mrs. Washington, when he removed to Arlington. He died in 1857



Arlington National Cemetery, Gen. Crook Memorial
Title:
Arlington National Cemetery, Gen. Crook Memorial
Arlington Virginia (VA), Divided Back unused

Description:
Erected to the memory of Gen. George Creek. The tablet on the face of the monument depicts that world-renowned incident - the surrender of the Apache Indians under Chief Geronimo to Gen. Creek in the Sierra Madre Mountains, Mexico in 1883


Arlington National Cemetery, McClellan Gate
Title:
Arlington National Cemetery, McClellan Gate
Arlington Virginia (VA), Divided Back unused

Description:
One of the principal entrances to the cemetery is the McClellan Gate, named after the first commander of the Army of the Potomac, whose headquarters were for a long time located in Arlington Mansion itself...a house just previously vacated by Gen. Robt. E. Lee and confiscated by the U.S. Government



Sheridan Gate
Title:
Sheridan Gate
Arlington Virginia (VA), Divided Back unused

Description:
One of the most used entrances to Arlington Cemetery. The lintel surmounting the marble pillars bears the single word "Sheridan", and on the columns themselves are inscribed the names of Scott, Lincoln, Stanton and Grant. The gate was built in 1879, the pillars having been secured from the old War Office at Washington, a famous government building erected in 1818


Iwo Jima Motor Hotel
Title:
Iwo Jima Motor Hotel
Arlington Virginia (VA), Chrome unused

Description:
A new luxurious Motor Hotel, 74 rooms, completely air conditioned, restaurant, heated swimming pool, TV in every room. One mile from downtown Washington, near Memorial and Key Bridges, Iwo Jima Statue, Tomb of the Unknown Soldier, and Robert E. Lee's Home. On Rt. 50, 1501 Arlington Boulevard. Quality Courts - AAA



Iwo Jima Motor Inn
Title:
Iwo Jima Motor Inn
Arlington Virginia (VA), Chrome unused

Description:
On Rt. 50, 1501 Arlington Blvd. JAckson 4-5000 A new luxurious motor hotel, 74 rooms, completely air conditioned, restaurant, heated swimming pool, TV in every room. One mile from downtown Washington, near Memorial and Key Bridges, Iwo Jima Statue, Tomb of Unknown Soldier, and Robert E. Lee's home


Iwo Jima Motor Hotel
Title:
Iwo Jima Motor Hotel
Arlington Virginia (VA), Chrome unused

Description:
A new luxurious Motor Hotel, 74 rooms, completely air conditioned, restaurant, heated swimming pool, TV in every room. One mile from downtonw Washington, near Memorial and Key Bridges, Iwo Jima Statue, Tomb of Unknown Soldier, and Robert E. Lee's Home



Quality Inn - Pentagon City
Title:
Quality Inn - Pentagon City
Arlington Virginia (VA), Chrome unused

Description:
300 Army Navy Drive, Arlington, Virginia 22202 Gateway to the Nation's Capital 382 rooms plus convention facilities to 700 Revolving sky dome lounge - live entertainment Penthouse restaurant - free covered parking Coffee Mill - library lounge Rooftop year round pool and saunas Color TV - touch tone direct phones Adjacent to National Airport and Pentagon Near major points of interest (703) 892-4100


View of Washington, DC from Arlington
Title:
View of Washington, DC from Arlington
Arlington Virginia (VA), White Border PM 1921 Jul-12

Description:
The view is from Arlington Cemetery looking across the Potomac. The Washington Monument, Capitol, and Post Office stand out distinctly



Mast of the Battleship Maine
Title:
Mast of the Battleship Maine
Arlington Virginia (VA), White Border PM 1920 Jul-26

Description:
The original mast or conning tower of the Battleship Maine rescued from the bottom of Havana Harbor, and here erected to the memory of the officers and men of the Maine


Arva Motor Hotel
Title:
Arva Motor Hotel
Arlington Virginia (VA), Chrome unused

Description:
Jackson 5-0300 1 Mile West of Washington, D.C. on U.S. #50 Sight-seeing Tours 118 Air Conditioned Rooms - Swimming Pool - Restaurant - Free T.V. - Hi-Fi Radio - Phones. AAA - Diners Club - Amer. Express - Carte Blance - Master Hosts Koppel



Iwo Jima Motor Hotel
Title:
Iwo Jima Motor Hotel
Arlington Virginia (VA), Chrome PM 1968

Description:
On Rt. 50, 1501 Arlington Blvd. Arlington, Virginia, 22209, JAckson 4-5000 A luxurious Motor Hotel. 74 rooms, completely air conditioned, restaurant, heated swimming pool, TV in every room. One mile from downtown Washington, near Memorial, Roosevelt and Key Bridges Iwo Jima Statue, and Arlington Cemetery


Custis - Lee Mansion
Title:
Custis - Lee Mansion
Arlington Virginia (VA), Post Card (Undivided Back) unused



South Gate Motor Hotel
Title:
South Gate Motor Hotel
Arlington Virginia (VA), Chrome unused

Description:
5 Minutes from Washington, D.C. Phone: JAckson 4-4400 210 Luxurious Guest Rooms, Fully Air-conditioned, TV, Switchboard Service, Heated Swimming Poo, 9-Hole Putting Green, Shuffleboard Courts, Playground Area, Our Own Kennels, Dining Room, Helicopter Airport


Arva Motor Hotel - U.S. 50, One Mile West of Washington D.C
Title:
Arva Motor Hotel - U.S. 50, One Mile West of Washington D.C
Arlington Virginia (VA), Chrome unused

Description:
Sight-seeing Tours - 118 Air Conditioned Rooms - Swimming Pool - Restaurant - Free T.V. - Hi-Fi Radio - Phones



South Gate Motor Hotel
Title:
South Gate Motor Hotel
Arlington Virginia (VA), Chrome

Description:
210 luxuurious guest rooms, fully air-conditioned, TV, switchboard service, heated swimming pool, 9-hole putting green, shuffleboard courts, playground area, our own kennels, dining room, helicopter airport. Douglas A. Stalker, General Manager


Arva Motor Hotel
Title:
Arva Motor Hotel
Arlington Virginia (VA), Chrome unused

Description:
118 Air Conditioned Rooms - Swimming Pool - Restaurant - Free T.V. - Hi-Fi Radio - Phones



Arva Motor Hotel
Title:
Arva Motor Hotel
Arlington Virginia (VA), Chrome

Description:
703-525-0300 1 Mile West of Wash., D.C. on U.S. #50 Sight-seeing Tours 133 Air Conditioned Rooms - Swimming Pool - Restaurant - T.V. - FM Radio - Phones - Immediately adjacent to a Beauty and Barber Shop - Dry Cleaning and Laundry facilities - Drugstore - etc. AAA - Amer.Express Carte Blanche - Diners Koppel


Arva Motor Hotel
Title:
Arva Motor Hotel
Arlington Virginia (VA), Chrome unused

Description:
Sight-seeing tours, 118 air conditioned rooms, swimming pool, restaurant, free TV, hi-fi radio, phones



Motel Merrimac
Title:
Motel Merrimac
Arlington Virginia (VA), Chrome unused

Description:
Washington's newest and finest 80-room air-conditioned motel, located two minutes south of downtown Washington on U.S. No. 1. 1530 Jefferson Davis Highway, Arlington, Virginia. Telephone OTis 4-6446. In the heart of the sight-seeing area of the Nation's Capital. Modern restaurant and swimming pool


Grave of John F. Kennedy
Title:
Grave of John F. Kennedy
Arlington Virginia (VA), Chrome unused

Description:
Series PE-293B Grave of John F. Kennedy, the 35th President of the United States, overlooking the Nations Capital from Arlington National Cemetery. In the background is the Custis Lee Mansion, home of Robert E. Lee. The eternal flame, lighted during the burial service, is located in front of the Presidential Seal L.B. Prince Co



Custis-Lee Mansion
Title:
Custis-Lee Mansion
Arlington Virginia (VA), Post Card (Undivided Back) unused


Custis-Lee Mansion
Title:
Custis-Lee Mansion
Arlington Virginia (VA), Post Card (Undivided Back) PM 1908 Aug-10

Description:
Series 22 G



Quality Inn – Pentagon City, 300 Army Navy Drive
Title:
Quality Inn – Pentagon City, 300 Army Navy Drive
Arlington Virginia (VA), Chrome unused

Description:
Series K21250 • 382 Rooms Plus Convention Facilities to 700. • Revolving “Sky Dome” Lounge – live Entertainment. • Penthouse Restaurant – Free Covered Parking. • Coffee Mill – Library Lounge. • Rooftop Year Round Pool and Saunas. • Color TV – Touch Tone Direct Phones. • Adjacent to National Airport and Pentagon. • Near major points of interest


Arva Motor Hotel
Title:
Arva Motor Hotel
Arlington Virginia (VA), Chrome PM 1963 Jul-14

Description:
Series 36879 133 Air-Conditioned Rooms-Swimming Pool Restaurant-Free T.V. Hi Radio Phones



Arva Motor Hotel, 1 Mile West of Wash., D.C. on U.S. #50
Title:
Arva Motor Hotel, 1 Mile West of Wash., D.C. on U.S. #50
Arlington Virginia (VA), Chrome unused

Description:
Series 36879 133 Air Conditioned Rooms - Swimming Pool - Restaurant - Free T.V. - Hi-Fi Radio - Phones


Aerial Of The Pentagon
Title:
Aerial Of The Pentagon
Arlington Virginia (VA), Continental Chrome unused

Description:
Series DT-44740-C A city in itself, the Pentagon at one time during World War II reached a peak strength of nearly 35,000 employees. Its huge Concourse is operated principally as a shopping center, including everything from a flower shop to a Washington department store. This huge building is in Arlington, Virginia.



The Mast Of The Battleship Maine
Title:
The Mast Of The Battleship Maine
Arlington Virginia (VA), White Border unused

Description:
The Original mast or coning tower of the Battleship Maine rescued from the bottom of Havana Harbor, and here erected to the memory of the officers and men of the Maine.


Memorial Amphitheatre
Title:
Memorial Amphitheatre
Arlington Virginia (VA), Linen PM 1937 Jan-15



The National Cemetery
Title:
The National Cemetery
Arlington Virginia (VA), Divided Back unused

Description:
Where many of the Union and Confederate soldiers and sailors were buried. This is also the last resting place of a great number of titled officers who fought in the Army and Navy on both sides


Key Bridge Marriott, 1401 Lee Highway
Title:
Key Bridge Marriott, 1401 Lee Highway
Arlington Virginia (VA), Continental Chrome PM 1988 Nov-14

Description:
On the Virginia Side of the Key Bridge, just off the George Washington Parkway and across the river from Georgetown, 8 minutes from National Airport, 10 minutes from Capitol Hill, 3 blocks from the Washington Metro System. The View, a spectacular roof top restaurant featuring tableside service and continental cuisine, Fairfield Inn a multi-purpose restaurant, and tow lounges. Indoor/outdoor pool, whirlpool, sauna, and health club.



Custer-Lee Mansion
Title:
Custer-Lee Mansion
Arlington Virginia (VA), Post Card (Undivided Back) unused


Staircase Leading To Tomb Of Unknown Soldier
Title:
Staircase Leading To Tomb Of Unknown Soldier
Arlington Virginia (VA), Linen unused



U. S. Marine Corps War Memorial
Title:
U. S. Marine Corps War Memorial
Arlington Virginia (VA), Chrome PM 1983 Apr-23

Description:
Felix W. DeWeldon's masterpiece depicts one of the most dramatic events of World War II, the raising of the Stars and Stripes on Mt. Suribachi, Iwo Jima. Dedicated November 10, 1954, it is the largest sculpture every cast in bronze.


Monument To Spanish-American War Heroes At Arlington
Title:
Monument To Spanish-American War Heroes At Arlington
Arlington Virginia (VA), Post Card (Undivided Back) unused

Description:
This monument stands over the graves of one thousand American soldiers and sailors who lost their lives in Cuba during the Spanish-American War. It was erected by the National Society of Colonial Dames and unveiled by President Roosevelt in May 1902, and stands 40 feet above the base which is 10 feet in height.



U. S. Marine Corps War Memorial
Title:
U. S. Marine Corps War Memorial
Arlington Virginia (VA), Continental Chrome unused

Description:
Felix W. DeWeldon's masterpiece depicts one of the most dramatic events of World War II, the raising of the Stars and Stripes on Mt. Suribachi, Iwo Jima. Dedicated November 10, 1954, it is the largest sculpture ever cast in bronze.


Arlington Cemetery
Title:
Arlington Cemetery
Arlington Virginia (VA), Divided Back unused



Custis-Lee Mansion
Title:
Custis-Lee Mansion
Arlington Virginia (VA), Divided Back unused

Description:
The Custis-Lee Mansion at Arlington was the home of George Washington Park Custis, adopted son of Washington. It was afterward the home of Colonel Robert E. Lee, Whose wife was Mary Custis. During the Civil War the Arlington estate became a military cemetery. The estate became a military cemetery. The mansion is preserved as it was int the days of Custis and of Lee.


Arlington Memorial Amphitheatre
Title:
Arlington Memorial Amphitheatre
Arlington Virginia (VA), Linen unused

Description:
The Memorial Amphitheatre is situated on an eminence in Arlington, Va., and overlooks Washington. It is built of white marble in the form of an ellipse, the front formed by a temple facing the Lincoln Memorial across the Potomac in Washington. The view as pictured here was taken from an aeroplane and shows the Amphitheatre turfed and open to the sky above. The cost of the building was $1,000,000. Directly in front is the tomb of the Unknown soldier whose body. brought from France by General Pershing, was buried with impressive ceremonies on November 11th , 1921.



The Custis Lee Mansion
Title:
The Custis Lee Mansion
Arlington Virginia (VA), Linen PM 1936 Oct-23

Description:
Custis-Lee Mansion, was the home of George Washington Parke Custis adopted son of Washington. It was afterward the home of Colonel Robert E. Lee, whose wife was Mary Custis. During the Civil War the Arlington Estate became a military cemetery. The Mansion is preserved as it was in the days of cutis and Lee.


Arya Motor Hotel
Title:
Arya Motor Hotel
Arlington Virginia (VA), Chrome PM Apr-24

Description:
1 Mile West of Wash., D.C. on U.S # 50 Sight-seeing Tours 133 Air Conditioned Rooms - Swimming Pool Restaurant - T.V. -FM Radio -Phones - Immediately adjacent to a Beauty and Barber Shop - Dry Cleaning and Laundry facilities - Drugstore - etc.



Pentagon
Title:
Pentagon
Arlington Virginia (VA), Chrome PM 1965 Jun-20

Description:
A city in itself, the Pentagon at one time during World War II reached a peak strength of nearly 35,000 employees. Its huge Concourse is operated principally as a shopping center, including every thing from a flower shop to a Washington department store. This huge building is in Arlington Virginia.


Arlington Mansion
Title:
Arlington Mansion
Arlington Virginia (VA), Divided Back unused



Custis-Lee Mansion
Title:
Custis-Lee Mansion
Arlington Virginia (VA), Divided Back PM 1913 May-16


Custis Lee Mansion
Title:
Custis Lee Mansion
Arlington Virginia (VA), Divided Back PM 1914 Apr-08

Description:
The Custis-Lee Mansion at Arlington, Va., was built in 1802 by Geo. Washington Parke Custis, adopted son of Geo. Washington. The Portico with its great Doric Columns was modeled after that of the Temple of Theseus at Athens. It stands on the brow of a till with the placid Potomac 200 feet below, the prospect from its porch being are of rare beauty. It has been the scene of lavish hospitality in Post-Revolutionary days when Lafayette was among its distinguished guests. It was afterwards the home of Robert E. Lee, whose wife was marry Custis, wherein they were married. When the Civil War came and Lee went to Richmond the Mansion was converted into headquarters for Federal troops and its grounds into a camp and a Military Cemetery. It is preserved as it was in the days of Custis and Lee.



Custis-Lee Mansion
Title:
Custis-Lee Mansion
Arlington Virginia (VA), Post Card (Undivided Back) PM 1905 Mar-03


Memorial Garden
Title:
Memorial Garden
Arlington Virginia (VA), Post Card (Undivided Back) unused



Temple Of Fame National Cemetery
Title:
Temple Of Fame National Cemetery
Arlington Virginia (VA), Private Mailing Card unused


Arlington Memorial Amphitheatre
Title:
Arlington Memorial Amphitheatre
Arlington Virginia (VA), Chrome PM 1954 Oct-00

Description:
Arlington Memorial Amphitheatre. Elliptical in shape, of white Vermont marble, the architecture is Greek and Roman. Completed in 1920, it is used for patriotic assemblies, on occasions such as Memorial Day.



Holiday Inn, 4610 North Fairfax Drive
Title:
Holiday Inn, 4610 North Fairfax Drive
Arlington Virginia (VA), Chrome unused


The Pentagon
Title:
The Pentagon
Arlington Virginia (VA), Chrome unused

Description:
A city in itself, the Pentagon at one time during World War II reached a peak strength of nearly 35,000 employees. Its huge Concourse is operated principally as a shopping center, including everything from a flower shop to a Washington department store. This huge building is in Arlington, Virginia.



Arlington National Cemetery
Title:
Arlington National Cemetery
Arlington Virginia (VA), Chrome unused

Description:
Located near the Custis Lee Mansion and overlooking the Nation's Capital, is the grave site of John F. Kennedy 35th President of the United States. Here burns the eternal flame which was lighted during burial services. Two of the Kennedy children are also buried here.


Hospitality House Motor Inn, 2000 Jefferson Davis Highway
Title:
Hospitality House Motor Inn, 2000 Jefferson Davis Highway
Arlington Virginia (VA), Chrome unused

Description:
160 air-conditioned rooms and suites. Television in every room. Swimming Pool. Heritage Room for superb dining at modest prices. Banquet facilities. American Express, Diners and Carte Blanche cards honored. 5 minutes to downtown Washington, D. C.



General Lee'S Mansion
Title:
General Lee'S Mansion
Arlington Virginia (VA), Divided Back PM 1911


Custis - Lee Mansion
Title:
Custis - Lee Mansion
Arlington Virginia (VA), Divided Back PM 1912

Description:
The Custis-Lee Mansion at Arlington, Va., was built in 1802 by Geo. Washington Parke Custis, adopted son of Geo. Washington. The Portico with its great Doric Columns was modeled after that of the temple of These us at Athens. It stands on the brow of a hill with the placid Potomac 200 feet below the prospect from its porch being one of rare beauty. It has been the scene of Lavish hospitality in Post Revolutionary days when Lafayette was among its distinguished guests. It was afterwards the home of Robert E. Lee, whose wife was Mary cutis, wherein they were married. When the Civil War came and Lee went to Richmond he Mansion was converted into headquarters for Federal troops and its grounds into a camp and a Military days of Custis and Lee.



Hospitality House Motor Inn, 2000 Jefferson Devis Highway(U.S. #1)
Title:
Hospitality House Motor Inn, 2000 Jefferson Devis Highway(U.S. #1)
Arlington Virginia (VA), Chrome unused

Description:
160 AIRCONDITIONED ROOMS AND SUITES. TELEVISION IN EVERY ROOM. SWIMMING POOL. HERITAGE ROOM FOR SUPERB DINING AT MODEST PRICES.BANQUET FACILITIES.AMERICAN EXPRESS, DINERS AND CARTE BLANCHE CARDS HONERED. 5 MINUTES TO DOWNTOWN WASHINGTON D.C.


Pentagon Building
Title:
Pentagon Building
Arlington Virginia (VA), Linen unused

Description:
The Pentagon Building is actually located in Arlington, Virginia, but is addressed Washington, D. C. It cost $64,000,000 to construct and occupies 90,746,000 cubic feet.



Lee's Mansion
Title:
Lee's Mansion
Arlington Virginia (VA), Divided Back unused

Description:
Lee's Mansion - The Custis-Lee Mansion at Arlington was built in 1802. The portico with its great Doric columns was modeled after that of the Temple of Theseus at Athens


Lee's Mansion
Title:
Lee's Mansion
Arlington Virginia (VA), Divided Back unused

Description:
Lee's Mansion - The Custis-Lee Mansion at Arlington was built in 1802. The portico with its great Doric columns was modeled after that of the Temple of Theseus at Athens



Custis Lee Mansion
Title:
Custis Lee Mansion
Arlington Virginia (VA), Divided Back unused

Description:
The Custis-Lee Mansion at Arlington, Va., was the home of George Washington Parke Custis, adopted son of Washington. It was afterward the home of Colonel Robert E. Lee, whose wife was Mary Custis. During the Civil War the Arlington Estate became a military cemetery. The mansion is preserved as it was in the days of Custis and of Lee.


Chans Coffee Shop, 4770 Lee Highway
Title:
Chans Coffee Shop, 4770 Lee Highway
Arlington Virginia (VA), Chrome unused

Description:
Five miles from the White House, Jackson 2-9888 - Jackson 7-9888 Lunch - Dinner - Open 11:30 A.M. - 9 P.M. We serve parties large or small - Air conditioned Kiwanis Club meets every wed. at 12,15. Operated by Ruth N. and Bayard D. Evans.



Custis Lee Mansion
Title:
Custis Lee Mansion
Arlington Virginia (VA), Linen unused

Description:
The Custis-Lee Mansion at Arlington, Va., was the home of Washington Parke Custis, adopted son of Washington. It was afterwards the home of Colonel E. Lee, whose wife was Mary Custis. During the Civil war the Arlington Estate became a military cemetery. The mansion is preserved as it was in the days of Custis and of Lee.


Custis Lee Mansion
Title:
Custis Lee Mansion
Arlington Virginia (VA), Linen unused

Description:
The Custis-Lee Mansion at Arlington, Va., was the home of Washington Parke Custis, adopted son of Washington. It was afterwards the home of Colonel E. Lee, whose wife was Mary Custis. During the Civil war the Arlington Estate became a military cemetery. The mansion is preserved as it was in the days of Custis and of Lee.



Pentagon Motel
Title:
Pentagon Motel
Arlington Virginia (VA), Chrome PM 1967 Aug-2

Description:
PENTAGON MOTEL Newest In The Area 1 1/2 Miles South of White House Route #1 - Jefferson Davis Highway Convenient to Pentagon Building Television. Air-Conditioned; Individual Thermostats Room Phones OTis - 4-4915


Interior Plan of the Pentagon
Title:
Interior Plan of the Pentagon
Arlington Virginia (VA), Continental Chrome unused



Arlington National Cemetery, McClellan Gate
Title:
Arlington National Cemetery, McClellan Gate
Arlington Virginia (VA), Post Card (Undivided Back) unused

Description:
McClellan Gate at Arlington. One of the principal entrances to the cemetery is the McClelan Gate, named after the first commander of the Army of the Potomac, whose headquarters were for a long time located in Arlington Mansion itself,... a house just previously vacated by Gen. Robt. E. Lee, and confiscated by the U. S. Government


Tomb of Unkown Soldier, Arlington National Cemetery
Title:
Tomb of Unkown Soldier, Arlington National Cemetery
Arlington Virginia (VA), Real Photo unused



Grave of John F. Kennedy
Title:
Grave of John F. Kennedy
Arlington Virginia (VA), Chrome

Description:
Grave of John F. Kennedy, the 35th President of the United States, overlooking the Nations Capital from Arlington National Cemetery. In the background is the Custis Lee Mansion, home of General Robert E. Lee. The eternal flame, lighted during the burial service, is located in front of the Presidential Seal


Tomb of the Unkown Dead, Arlington Cemetery
Title:
Tomb of the Unkown Dead, Arlington Cemetery
Arlington Virginia (VA), Divided Back unused

Description:
The dedication of the monument of the Unknown Death in the Arlington National Cemetery reads "Beneath this Stone repose the bones of two thousand one Hundred and Eleven Unknown Soldiers Gathered after the war from the fields of Bull run and the route to the Rappahannock. Their remains could not be identified but their names and deaths are recorded in the archives of their country, and its grateful citizens honor them as of their noble army of martyrs. May they rest in pease. September, A.D. 1866."



Ord and Weitzel Gate
Title:
Ord and Weitzel Gate
Arlington Virginia (VA), Divided Back unused

Description:
The Ord and Weitzel Gate is one of the artistic triumphs of Arlington Cemetary... a portal consisting of two graceful pillars bearing the names of those famous officers and surmounted by mortuary urns. From the stone foundations on which the pillars rest, swing heavy gates of ornamental iron work


Arlington National Cemetery, Ametheatre and Rostrum
Title:
Arlington National Cemetery, Ametheatre and Rostrum
Arlington Virginia (VA), Divided Back unused

Description:
Every May 30th services are held here in memoriam of the 19,000 heroes who repose in Arlington Cemetery, the largest soldiers' burial place of modern times, and on such occasions the President of the U.S. usually delivers an address from this rostrum



Washington D. C. As Seen From Arlington
Title:
Washington D. C. As Seen From Arlington
Arlington Virginia (VA), White Border PM 1929 Jun-06

Description:
This view here opening before one has been famed for a century. When Lafayette was a guest at Arlington House he pronounced the prospect from its porch, one of the most beautiful he had ever looked upon.


The Pentagon
Title:
The Pentagon
Arlington Virginia (VA), Chrome unused

Description:
The Pentagon, headquarters for U. S. Defense Department, is located in Arlington, Virginia. A complete Shopping Center is operated within the concourse.



Aerial Of The Pentagon
Title:
Aerial Of The Pentagon
Arlington Virginia (VA), Continental Chrome unused

Description:
A city in itself, the Pentagon at one time during World War II reached a peak strength of nearly 35,000 employees. Its huge Concourse is operated principally as a shopping center, including everything from a flower shop to a Washington department store. This huge building is in Arlington, Virginia.


Arlington Distinctive Sight Seeing
Title:
Arlington Distinctive Sight Seeing
Arlington Virginia (VA), White Border unused

Description:
Impressions of a visit to beautiful Arlington Distinctive sight-seeing. Memorial Amphitheatre. Tomb of the Unknown Soldier. Custis Lee Mansion, Scottish Rite Temple. Francis Scott Key Memorial Bridge. Wireless Station most powerful in the world. Gen. George Washington's Headquarters. Boston New York Philadelphia Washington Chicago Atlantic City Havana.



Custis Lee Mansion
Title:
Custis Lee Mansion
Arlington Virginia (VA), Divided Back unused

Description:
The Custis-Lee Mansion at Arlington, VA., was the home of George Washington Parke Custis, adopted son of Washington. It was afterward the home of Colonel Robert E. Lee, whose wife was Mary Custis. During the Civil War the Arlington Estate became a military cemetery. The mansion is preserved as it was in the days of cutis and of Lee.


Spanish - American War Section, Arlington National Cemetery
Title:
Spanish - American War Section, Arlington National Cemetery
Arlington Virginia (VA), Divided Back PM 1915 Sep-28

Description:
Spanish-American War Section, Arlington national Cemetery, Va., Showing Monument to the Soldiers and Sailors in the War of 1898-99 with Spain. This view shows a portion of the Spanish American War Section in Arlington National Cemetery, Va. A tablet upon the large monument reads "To the Soldiers and Sailors of the United States who gave their lives for their Country in the War of 1898-99 with Spain, this monument is dedicated in sorrow, gratitude and pride by The National Society of the Colonial Dames of America in the name of all women of the nation." No. 61541 of this series shows anchor of the U. S. S/ Maine - Spanish American War Section, Arlington National Cemetery.



Custis-Lee Mansion
Title:
Custis-Lee Mansion
Arlington Virginia (VA), Post Card (Undivided Back) PM 1907 Apr-03


Custis-Lee Mansion
Title:
Custis-Lee Mansion
Arlington Virginia (VA), Linen unused



Curtis Lee Mansion
Title:
Curtis Lee Mansion
Arlington Virginia (VA), Post Card (Undivided Back) PM 1920 Mar-04


Arlington On The Potomac, Opposite Washington D.C. Former Residence Of Robert E. Lee
Title:
Arlington On The Potomac, Opposite Washington D.C. Former Residence Of Robert E. Lee
Arlington Virginia (VA), Divided Back PM 1910



Statue Of Flag Raising On Iwo Jima
Title:
Statue Of Flag Raising On Iwo Jima
Arlington Virginia (VA), Linen unused


Pentagon Building
Title:
Pentagon Building
Arlington Virginia (VA), Linen unused

Description:
The pentagon Building is actually located in Arlington. Virginia, but is addressed Washington, D. C. It cost $64,000,000 to construct and occupies 90,746,000 cubic feet.



Anchor Over Victims Of U. S. S. Maine, Arlington National Cemetery
Title:
Anchor Over Victims Of U. S. S. Maine, Arlington National Cemetery
Arlington Virginia (VA), Divided Back PM 1915

Description:
A large anchor marks the last resting place of 163 men of the crew of the U. S. S. Maine, which was blown up February 15, 1898, in the harbor of Havana, Cuba, from where their bodies were brought and rein terred in the Spanish-American War section of Arlington National Cemetery in December 28, 1899.


Custis Lee Mansion
Title:
Custis Lee Mansion
Arlington Virginia (VA), White Border unused

Description:
The Custis Lee Mansion was the home of George Washington Parke Custis, adopted son of Washington; and afterwards was the home of Col. Robert E. Lee, whose wife was Mary Custis. The Mansion is preserved as it was in the days of Custis and Lee.



The Lee Mansion
Title:
The Lee Mansion
Arlington Virginia (VA), White Border unused

Description:
The Lee Mansion at Arlington, Va., was the home of George Washington Parke Custis, adopted son of Washington; and afterwards was the home of Mary Custis. The Mansion is preserved as it was in the days of Custis and of Lee




Total: 167 Items