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Published in Fort Humphreys] .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Arlington House, the Robert E. Lee Memorial (Va.),
  • Arlington National Cemetery (Arlington, Va.)

Book details:

Edition Notes

ContributionsUnited States. Army. Signal Corps
Classifications
LC ClassificationsF234.A7 L48
The Physical Object
Pagination3 preliminary leaves, 45 pages, 1 leaf
Number of Pages45
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL26696131M
LC Control Number33026386
OCLC/WorldCa6287242

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  Simon Pengelly, chairman of Arlington House Resident Association and Leaseholder Association, said: "Whilst we are pleased with the result that each flat will each get back some £ to £ in overpaid service charges, we are still suffering from poor management at . - Significance: Arlington House, unique in its association with the Custis, Washington, and Lee families, is celebrated as one of the nation's most significant houses, from both historical and architectural standpoints. Esteemed as one of the earliest and most important examples of the Greek Revival style in the United States, the house is. Arlington House Contributed by Kenneth M. McFarland Arlington House, also known as the Lee-Custis Mansion, overlooks Washington, D.C., from a rise across the Potomac River in Arlington, Virginia. Constructed between and , it was one of the earliest and boldest expressions of the Greek Revival architectural style in America.   Arlington House, unique in its association with the Custis, Washington, and Lee families, is celebrated as one of the United States’ most significant houses, from both historical and architectural standpoints. Esteemed as one of the earliest and most important examples of the Greek Revival style in the United States, the house is especially.