April 16, 2012
Freeman Store, dating back to the Civil War, has played a role in Vienna history for 150 years. Called the Lydecker Store during the Civil War, the building was used by Union and Confederate troops. Photo is of the 2011 re-creation of iconic photo taken circa 1862.
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Church Street building recognized for role in Civil War.
Historic Vienna, Inc. volunteers, Town officials and other Fairfax County elected officials will gather at Freeman Store on April 21, 2 to 3 p.m., to unveil the plaque designating Freeman Store’s historic status. U.S. Rep. Gerry Connolly, Virginia Senator Chap Petersen, Del. Mark Keam and Mayor M.