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Photos this page courtesy of Don Worth, UCLA

(8-5-2001) The front portico of the Custis-Lee mansion, Arlington house

(8-5-2001) The columns are not real marble. They are made of brick, covered with plaster and painted in a faux marble pattern


(8-5-2001) The flower garden was designed by Mrs. Robert E. Lee. In 1884 it was destroyed to make space for a cemetery memorial. It is now being restored to its 1861 appearance

(8-5-2001) Grave of Admiral David Dixon Porter, Grant's naval partner during the siege of Vicksburg. He is about 100 feet from Lee's front door

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