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The Alexandria Association is the city’s oldest organization devoted to the preservation of Alexandria’s historic buildings, landscapes, records, and antiquities; and to education in the decorative, fine, and building arts.
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THE
ALEXANDRIA
ASSOCIATION
Established 1932

Dues renewals are mailed in September. Because of increased postal costs, we regret that we cannot continue to send the newsletter to friends who are not current with their dues. - click here for a Membership Form 


MEMBERSHIP AND GUEST LIST IS AVAILABLE AT THE DOOR. PLEASE REGISTER GUESTS WITH karen.paul2@verizon.net. Fee for guests attending a one-time lecture is $15. MEMBERSHIP INFORMATION AND CALENDAR AVAILABLE AT OUR SITE: ALEXANDRIAASSOCIATION.ORG. 

***** Snow Policy: In the event we must cancel a lecture at the last moment, we will attempt to notify you by email and post the cancellation on our site. If you do not have email, or do not see it on the site (as we may not have had enough time to get the message up), please phone the Lyceum to see if it is open, 703-838-4994, before starting out.

Baltimore Survey Trip ~ Photo Album 
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Monday January 20, 2020
The Lyceum
201 South Washington Street
Alexandria, VA 22314
8 P.M.
 Calder Loth, 
“Lost Virginia”
PLEASE REGISTER GUESTS WITH karen.paul2@verizon.net.
Fee for guests attending a one-time lecture is $15.
Norfolk  Survey Trip ~ Photo Album 
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Virginia possess a rich architectural legacy but regrettably fire, war, neglect, development, and changing tastes have brought about the loss of many outstanding historic resources. Lost Virginia, a publication co-authored by Calder Loth, documents vanished landmarks of the Commonwealth that should not be forgotten. Loth’s illustrated lecture will offer rare images from the book as well as of works that did not make publication, including numerous Alexandria buildings and nearby places. 

Calder Loth is the retired Senior Architectural Historian of the Virginia Department of Historic Resources. He serves as Vice-President of the Center for Palladian Studies in America and a member of the Virginia Art and Architectural Review Board. His publications include The Virginia Landmarks Register, Virginia Landmarks of Black History, Lost Virginia, as well as numerous articles relating to historic preservation and classical architecture. In 2008 Loth was the first recipient of the Secretary of the Interior’s Preservation Award for service to state preservation programs. In 2017 he received the Virginia AIA Honor Award for significant contributions to the understanding of Virginia’s built environment. Please join us in welcoming Calder back to the Alexandria Association!





With sadness, we announce the passing of Mrs. Opal Beverly, Alexandria Association Director Emeritus and Kathy Kelly both long time members and strong supporters of historic preservation in Alexandria.