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A U.S. Army tent set up as the base of operations for the "Moving Wall" Vietnam Memorial. Inside, displays were set up memorializing the Arlingtonians who gave their lives in service during the Vietnam War. April 15, 2011.

Blue Oval – Idahurst Mansion

As the most expensive building in Arlington at the time of its construction on Appleton Street in 1894, Idahurst Mansion is now split into apartments. August 31, 2010.

Blue Oval homes are structures designated by the Arlington Historical Commission as historically or architecturally significant. There are approximately 1,200 such structures in the Town of Arlington.

For more information, visit http://www.arlingtonhistoricalcommission.org/

Blue Oval – Cox-Knowles House

The Cox-Knowles House (1860) which formerly sat on Hemlock Street at the last family farm in Arlington, now sits at the end of Knowles Farm Road, a development on the former farm. August 9, 2010.

Blue Oval homes are structures designated by the Arlington Historical Commission as historically or architecturally significant. There are approximately 1,200 such structures in the Town of Arlington.

For more information, visit http://www.arlingtonhistoricalcommission.org/

Blue Oval – Butterfield-Whittemore House

The Butterfield-Whittemore House (1695/1790,) also known as the "Crooked House" as it not parallel to Massachusetts Avenue. September 29, 2010.

Blue Oval homes are structures designated by the Arlington Historical Commission as historically or architecturally significant. There are approximately 1,200 such structures in the Town of Arlington.

For more information, visit http://www.arlingtonhistoricalcommission.org/