Participating Hall of History Exhibitors*:
- 54th Massachusetts Volunteers Co.: The 54th Massachusetts Volunteer Infantry Regiment, Company B, Washington, DC, is a 501(c)(3), non-profit organization of volunteers dedicated to preserving the history of the 54th Massachusetts and the Black Soldier in the Civil War. They serve as a living monument to commemorate and honor all the men who served, lost their lives and health in the Civil War, particularly those members of their namesake, the 54th Regiment of Massachusetts Volunteer Infantry; they strive to have the 54th Massachusetts bring history to life as accurately and authentically as possible so that people who come to see them will gain a better understanding and appreciation of their heritage and history. Items for display include brochures, reproduction clothing and personal items, and literature about African American participation in the Civil War.
- Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity: The Theta Rho Lambda Chapter of Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity Inc., has been an impactful civic organization in Northern Virginia since 1964. Originally seated in Alexandria, in 2016 Theta Rho Lambda became the chapter of Arlington as well. Theta Rho Lambda has been deeply involved in the community and political arena in the metropolitan area. On display will be photo albums, awards, and other historical items from the Theta Rho chapter of Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity, Inc.
- Arlington Historical Society: The Arlington Historical Society tells the story of Arlington History through its artifacts. Their main exhibit will focus on The Bottom, a relatively unknown African American community. This community was located along Pimmit Run near Chain Bridge. Learn about this community and the people who lived there.
- Black Heritage Museum of Arlington: Non-Profit History Museum focusing on Black History in Arlington VA.
- Center for Local History, Arlington Public Library: The Center for Local History is a special collection located at the Central Library and also includes the Community Archives. Their mission is to coll, preserve and share the history of Arlington County. They will display informational material, brochures, puzzles and bookmarks.
- Green Valley Civic Association
- Greenbrier Baptist Church
- John M. Langston Citizens Association: Displaying the history of the Halls Hill neighborhood
Community organizations are invited to set up booth spaces to display materials and artifacts from their organizations. Complete the online application to sign up.
*List of participating exhibitors will be updated periodically and is subject to change.