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Loudoun County, Commonwealth of Virginia

surveyed and drawn by Eugene M. Scheel for the Multiple Listing Service of Loudoun County, Inc. - Loudoun County Board of Realtors, Inc.
Scheel, Eugene M. (Main Author)
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English
[S.l.] : Multiple Listing Service, c1972
1 map ; 87 x 109 cm.
Scale 1:63360. 1 in. to 1 mile. Scale for insets 1:14400. 1 in. to 1200 ft.

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The map has a short history of the county and illustrations of famous buildings and a brief history of each.

Includes a key to symbols and an index of communities, corners, and crossroads.

Includes insets of towns of Hamilton, Leesburg, Lovettsville, Hillsboro, Round Hill, Middleburg, Purcellville, the village of Waterford and an inset showing the location of Loudoun County with the surrounding countryside.

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