Febrey-Lothrop House, side, 1997
Part ofPG 250: Arlington's Changing Scene, 1997-2019 ; PG 250: Arlington's Changing Scene, 1997-2019 » Series 1: Neighborhood Exhibit, Library, 1997 » File 1
Febrey-Lothrop House, side view, with covered walkway and outbuilding. This house, at 6407 Wilson Boulevard, has a Colonial Revival facade of shingles weathered to a silver gray, a hip-roof with dormer windows, and graceful porches. The rear portion of the house may date to the mid-19th century when the property's owner at the time, John E. Febrey, built a house on a hilltop of the north side of what was to become Wilson Boulevard. The Febreys were large landowners in the County, and John Febrey, according to one source, built a mansion in the area after the Civil War.1 photograph : b&w negative ; 35 mm. This image is subject to copyright. Unauthorized use of the images in the Local History Photograph Collections of the Arlington Community Archives is prohibited.