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Potts-Fitzhugh House, 607 Oronoco Street, Alexandria, Independent City, VA

Potts-Fitzhugh House, 607 Oronoco Street, Alexandria, Independent City, VA

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Historic American Buildings Survey, creator
Potts, John
Fitzhugh, William
Lee, Henry Lighthouse, Harry
Sayers, Royd
Lee-Jackson Foundation
Archetype, contractor
White, Thom, delineator
Dionesotes, Debra, delineator
Hamar, Ervin, delineator
Marquis, Tracy, delineator


alexandria37.43157, -78.65689
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