The Nauck/Green Valley Heritage Project is a digital repository for images, memories, and documents related to the history of Arlington's Nauck neighborhood. It began as a cooperative effort by people from Arlington Public Library, Arlington County, the Drew School, and the Nauck Civic Association.
The goal of the project is to make the history of Nauck available to members of the community and to interested researchers, and to provide a place online where people can share their history and memories.
A Sunday School class from the early 1960s
Photos related to the life of Charles R. Drew, prominent African-American doctor and "Father of the Blood Bank." Collection is primarily drawn from…
This exhibit looks thematically at some of the highlights from the Negro Recreation Section Collection, offering a glimpse of some...
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Street scene. Cars line the road. Some houses visible, as well as trees and chain link fences.
Thirty-seven women in dark clothes gather for a group photo in a basement.
Three women seated in metal folding chairs attend what seems to be some sort of meeting. Toni Clark in center.
Dancers on stage beneath a portrait of the Reverend Martin Luther King, Jr., arms outstretched, hands flattened as if to hold something up above them.
Group portrait of Arlington Athletics baseball team. Caption reads: "THIS PICTURE WAS FURNISHED BY BRO. MAJOR DABNEY OF S. 16TH RD. Featuring the…
Several individuals seated in metal folding chairs. Group including from left Mr. Miller who taught music at Wakefield High School, Mr. Thompson,…