Bulletin of Loudoun County History
We are pleased to announce that in November, 2018, Diversity Fairs of Virginia took ownership of the Bulletin of the Loudoun County Historical Society, now called the Bulletin of Loudoun County History.
Copies are also available at the Balch Library, Photoworks of Leesburg and the Prosperity Baptist Church, as well as through the The Virginia Piedmont Heritage Area Association and the Lovettsville History Museum. Because of COVID-19, the Balch Library does not now sell copies; but a shelf copy is available.
From 1957 to 1976, then from 1997 to 2001 and in its last phase, from 2004 to 2018, the periodical was the effort of the Loudoun County Historical Society. By agreement with the Trustees, it is now the periodical of DFV, which is a 501(c)(3). We are deeply honored to manage this journal, which will remain non-partisan and dedicated to exploring Loudoun’s special history in as professional and non-partisan a manner as possible. The Bulletin is also committed to incorporating more articles the history of Blacks and other minorities that had been under-reported in the past.
Additional information on the Bulletin will be posted on our Facebook Page. We also plan to post information on prior editions. Please feel welcome as well to write to the Editorial Committee at 26128 Talamore Drive, South Riding, Va. 20152 or email the editors.