"Miriam M. Sizer: Patroness or Patronizing"
"Thoughts on Whiskey"
"Survey of Rural Mountain Settlement"
When Past is Present :
Did You Know?
In 1928, wanting to escape the heat and humidity of summers in Washington, D.C., Herbert and Lou Henry Hoover began looking for a "summer place" within a day's drive of the city. The Hoovers acquired land within the proposed Shenandoah National Park and built Rapidan Camp, their summer White House.