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Frederic Goodfellow Parker is recognized for his pioneering spirit and the economic value it contributed to upper King Street and the entire City of Alexandria.
Prior to 1980, someone with a hankering for a “bowl of red” on upper King Street would have had a hard time of it. There were few restaurants or attractions and many tired buildings needed rehabilitation.
"In the Garden"
May 14th 2015
"For nearly 60 years, Melvin Miller was a fixture in Alexandria, known as a civil rights activist and the architect of affordable housing across the city. A longtime leader of the Alexandria Redevelopment Housing Authority, Miller died suddenly May 10 at the age of 83.
The Living Legends of Alexandria Board of Directors is proud to announce that Peter Baldwin has been elected as its newest director.