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Custis-Lee Mansion. Rear view of Custis-Lee Mansion from theater, winter

Custis-Lee Mansion. Rear view of Custis-Lee Mansion from theater, winter

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Horydczak, Theodor, approximately 1890-1971, photographer


321, Sherman Drive, Fort Myer, Virginia, United States, 2221138.88117, -77.07262
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