Lee in the Mountains

Doing the Lord's Work by Saving the White Race

Where I grew up.

Downtown Fairfax VA, Ca. mid-late 50’s. Partly rural and small town feel. It was a community. It was overwhelmingly white and predominately Christian. It was safe and civic minded. You knew your neighbors and had a certain camaraderie. Not anymore.

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2 responses to “Where I grew up.

  1. oldatlantic April 11, 2016 at 5:03 pm

    Downtown Fairfax City is really different. South Asians, Hispanic, etc.

    The court house is now a modern dungeon complex for the vast diversity of Fairfax County.

  2. Burly Spiker December 31, 2016 at 6:03 pm

    I remember that view. I started elementary school up the street in 1955. Sometimes would walk home with the daughter of one of the 7 Daniels Brothers. Jim McKay Chevy on the corner across from Chamblins market, Everleys Drug store for refreshments. Not uncommon to see Ford 8N tractor with a wagon picking up feed on Main St.

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