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A photo caption with the Nov. 16 "You Haven't Lived Here if You Haven't . . ." feature on Forest Glen Seminary incorrectly described the content of the Save Our Seminary tours. Visitors are no longer allowed inside the buildings. The next tour is Saturday at 1 p.m.

. . . Visited an Enchanted Forest

Sunday, November 16, 2003; Page C02

. . . visited Montgomery County's enchanted forest. You can walk alone among the mysterious pagoda, windmill and Swiss chalet that are tucked into the Forest Glen Annex of Walter Reed Army Medical Center, but you'll have a much more meaningful adventure if you tag along on a Save Our Seminary tour. Members will tell the story of the former resort hotel that became a prestigious girls' school before being taken over as a recovery spot for World War II soldiers.

The soaring interior of the ballroom is one of the highlights of the seminary tour. (Gerald Martineau -- The Washington Post)

_____Previous Articles_____
You Haven't Lived Here if You Haven't . . . (The Washington Post, Feb 6, 2005)
. . . Explored the History of the Man for Whom our Town is Named (The Washington Post, Jan 30, 2005)
. . . Uttered the Phrase, "Let's Meet at Kramerbooks" (The Washington Post, Jan 23, 2005)
The Entire Series

National Park Seminary

Tours are given the fourth Saturday of the month, March through November. This year's last tour is Nov. 22. A $5 donation is requested. For details, call 301-495-9079 or go to www.saveourseminary.org.

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