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153-0002 Freeman Store

Freeman Store
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VLR Listing Date 09/22/2011

NRHP Listing Date 05/15/2012

NRHP Reference Number 11000834

The Freeman General Store, in Fairfax County, was built as a large two-story store and residence in 1859 on six acres of land adjacent to the newly-arrived Alexandria, Loudoun & Hampshire Railroad in the town of Vienna. In the mid-1970s, the town restored the building to resemble its appearance in two Civil War-era photographs. At the time of its listing, Historic Vienna, Inc., operated the first floor as a restored general store and post office with interpretive exhibits, while the second floor served as a museum and office space. From 1906 to 1929, Leon Freeman, Fairfax County‘s first Republican delegate to the Virginia General Assembly after the Civil War, operated the store.

VLR: Virginia Landmarks Register
NPS: National Park Service
NRHP: National Register of Historic Places
NHL: National Historic Landmark

Updated: October 19, 2020