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Annandale village in the 1950s

Annandale memories: Columbia Pines’ first residents

Annandale memories: Unpaved roads, free-roaming kids, and the “Jolly-ettes”

Annandale memories: Mom and pop shops, Topps, and donkey baseball

Members of the AHS Class of 1959 recall fun times in semi-rural Annandale

Six soldiers killed in tragic accident in Annandale 51 years ago

A quiet, rural Lincolnia is remembered by a long-time resident

New residents of Oak Hill enjoy “owning a piece of history”

Historic marker commemorates Lincolnia church

New historic marker commemorates a vanished black community

U.S. military aviation got its start near Seven Corners

Duck Chang’s: 40 years in Annandale

Lincolnia United Methodist Church to celebrate 150th anniversary

Annandale native has fond memories of growing up in an idyllic small town

Former Oliver farmhouse on Gallows Road on the market again

Lane Ruiz looks back on 34 years at an Annandale barber shop

Annandale history comes to life at Oak Hill

Central Annandale was once the site of “Anandale Farm”

Little White Church once housed Annandale’s first public school

David Scull, of Annandale, took civil rights advocacy to Supreme Court

150th anniversary of the raid at Accotink and Burke commemorated

Old cemeteries offer glimpse of Annandales past

Descendants of historic families lend authenticity to marker dedication

Annandale Florist owner Gary Sherfey remembers the old Annandale

Former students have fond memories of Masonville Elementary

State Sen. Marsden has deep roots in Annandale

Parliament Cleaners has served Annandale for more than four decades

Civil war skirmish took place in Annandale 150 years ago

Ceremony marks sesquicentennial of Lincolns Grand Review

Old farmhouse is link to Annandales rural past

Sal’s has been fixing shoes in Annandale since 1954

Ravensworth Road: Then and now

Historic marker commemorating “action at Annandale” unveiled in style

Holly Hill is historic gem


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