A Portrait of Georgetown, partly of its physical features, its streets, its houses and gardens, some of which still exist in their pristine glory but, alas, many of which have gone the way of so-called progress. Not only of its physical side do I wish to tell, but I want to paint a picture of the kind of people who lived here, from the beginning up through the gay nineties–nearly one hundred and fifty years.
A Portrait of Georgetown
Peter, Grace Dunlop. A Portrait of Old George Town. Richmond: Dietz Press. 1951.