The Bulletin is considering a number of articles for inclusion in the fall edition or perhaps future editions. Titles may change.
- An examination of the impact of the 1902 Virginia Constitution. This Constitution severely restricted suffrage among blacks and whites and was proclaimed without submitting it to the people.
- An exploration of desecrated Black graves at Harmony Church in Hamilton.
- From British criminal and exile to Revolutionary War Hero and Loudoun Constable, the story of Christopher Perfect.
- Trustee of the Town of Leesburg, the story of Patrick Cavan.
- A study of the Ankers Memorial Garden, site of the NVCC Loudoun Campus. Includes information on Civil War skirmishes.
- A study of the Difggs’ Valley Farm Ruins in Loudoun County.
Photo of an Optimeter found in a forgotten chest in a former schoolhouse in Loudoun. These were used to deduce someone’s vision. Property of Larry Roeder. Photo by Neil Steinberg, Photoworks of Leesburg.