Green Valley Neighorhood

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1985
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RG 102D contains newsletters with accompanying documents. Most newsletters have memos, employment opportunities, and newspaper articles. Ths newsletter is published by the Martin Luther King Jr. Community Center, a United Black Fund Agency located in Green Valley at 2411 S. Kenmore St.
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author2-role -50- -- -, .b1311577712-28-1601-25-11, 1 file., 497077, Arlington County (Va.), Center for Local History archival resources., English qEnglish., Finding aid is available in the library., Green Valley (Arlington, Va.), Green Valley Neighorhood., LDR509 20021011192053.0 LTI ARLLDR509 20021011192053.0 LTI ARLMNT001 JEK 01/07/03 11:41:35, Nauck (Arlington, Va.), Neighborhoods, OCLC Holdings Updated 20111103, Please contact the Center for Local History in advance to view these materials. There are no research restrictions., RG 102D contains newsletters with accompanying documents. Most newsletters have memos, employment opportunities, and newspaper articles. Ths newsletter is published by the Martin Luther King Jr. Community Center, a United Black Fund Agency located in Green Valley at 2411 S. Kenmore St., RG 102D is arranged chronologically., RG102D, The boundaries of the Nauck neighborhood are Glebe Rd., Four Mile Run Dr., and Walter Reed Dr. Green Valley is at the Eastern fringe of Nauck. This is predominately a Black community., VA/ARCH RG 102D, vanar01-25-11ap-
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subject_facet Arlington County (Va.) -- History, Local -- Archival resources, Center for Local History archival resources, Green Valley (Arlington, Va.) -- History, Nauck (Arlington, Va.) -- History, Neighborhoods -- Virginia -- Arlington County
title_display Green Valley Neighorhood
title_full Green Valley Neighorhood
title_short Green Valley Neighorhood