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Silver Spring: Story of an American Suburb (2002)

Documentary history of one of Washington, DC's oldest and most important suburbs, founded by a member of President Andrew Jackson's cabinet, mainline stop on the historic B&O railroad, way ... See full summary »

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Documentary history of one of Washington, DC's oldest and most important suburbs, founded by a member of President Andrew Jackson's cabinet, mainline stop on the historic B&O railroad, way station for Presidents and U.S. government officials, hometown of famous journalists, writers, and celebrities, home of one of the first modern shopping centers in U.S. History, and headquarters of the Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Lab, which played a pivotal role in World War Two weaponry. Written by Walter J. Gottlieb

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6 December 2002 (USA)  »

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$250,000 (estimated)
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