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Circle Motor Court - 1940s - This has been shown here before, but this one is much earlier than the other one from the 60s.  Love finding these old hotel photos!  Apparently Fairfax was a popular destination for those who wanted to tour DC.  It always amazes me because of the traffic of today.  Nobody would consider staying in Fairfax to tour DC!

Circle Motor Court - 1940s - This has been shown here before, but this one is much earlier than the other one from the 60s. Love finding these old hotel photos! Apparently Fairfax was a popular destination for those who wanted to tour DC. It always amazes me because of the traffic of today. Nobody would consider staying in Fairfax to tour DC!

After our great post the other day on the origin of Tysons’ name, we went digging around the Internet to find some old photos of Tysons Corner. Check out what we found and click on the images for a larger version. Sources: Boris Feldblyum Architectural Photography, Malls of America, Washington Business Journal Related

Old Photos of Tysons Corner

After our great post the other day on the origin of Tysons’ name, we went digging around the Internet to find some old photos of Tysons Corner. Check out what we found and click on the images for a larger version. Sources: Boris Feldblyum Architectural Photography, Malls of America, Washington Business Journal Related

Storybook Land, Woodbridge VA - Google Search

Storybook Land, Woodbridge VA - Google Search

Leesburg early 1900s - King Street and Market Street.  We have had several other posts of this view before, but not this one.

Leesburg early 1900s - King Street and Market Street. We have had several other posts of this view before, but not this one.

Heading east toward Fairfax, right before Super 29 and Hunters! ~ Photos by Bob Robb - Saturday, September 7, 1985, lugging my Yashica 635 loaded with a 12 exposure roll of Adox R14 film, we found ourselves archiving the intersection of Lee Highway (U.S. 29) and West Ox Road and nearby surrounds.

Heading east toward Fairfax, right before Super 29 and Hunters! ~ Photos by Bob Robb - Saturday, September 7, 1985, lugging my Yashica 635 loaded with a 12 exposure roll of Adox R14 film, we found ourselves archiving the intersection of Lee Highway (U.S. 29) and West Ox Road and nearby surrounds.

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