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Product NameVintage North End, Virginia Beach: An Illustrated History
LanguageEnglish
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AuthorAnn Hanbury Callis, Danna Cullen
Page Count168
BindingHardcover
Published06/28/2012
FeaturesUsed Book in Good Condition
Long DescriptionVirginia Beach comes alive in this illustrated history starting in the early 20th century. Revisit popular landmarks like Holland s General Store, Piney Point Club, and the Waverly and Cavalier Hotels. Through 466 images, learn about the people who lived here and made Virginia Beach what it is today. From the famous cottages of the North End, to the glamour girls enjoying the beach and the Big Band sounds at the local nightclubs, fun and historical facts about the area and its founding families will both entertain and educate. For past and current residents of the North End, tourists, history buffs, and genealogists.
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