The Fairfax City Regional Library will hold its annual local history book mart from 2 to 4 p.m. Sunday.
There will be an opportunity to buy books and have them signed by their authors. Featured works include L.M. Elliott's "Annie, Between the States" and "Under a War-Torn Sky"; Cordelia Grantham Sansone's "Journey to Bloomfield"; Constance Pendleton Stuntz's "A View of Falls Church, Virginia"; William Page Johnson's "Brothers and Cousins: Confederate Soldiers and Sailors of Fairfax County, Virginia"; and "In the Path of History: Virginia Between the Rappahannock and the Potomac," by Nan Netherton, Ruth Preston Rose and Ross Netherton.
Also, Margaret Peck's "Around Herndon" and "Washington Dulles International Airport"; Carole L. Herrick's "August 24, 1814: Washington in Flames"; Willard J. Webb and Anne C. Webb's "The Glebe Houses of Colonial Virginia"; Donald C. Hakenson's "This Forgotten Land: A Tour of Civil War Sites and Other Historical Landmarks South of Alexandria"; Charles V. Mauro's "Herndon: A Town and its History" and "The Battle of Chantilly"; Paula Elsey's "Stone Ground: A History of Union Mills"; Richard E. Crouch's "Brandy Station: A Battle Like None Other"; and Howard Crouch's "Civil War Sites and Scenes in Northern Virginia."
The library's Virginia Room, the Fairfax County History Commission, the Historical Society of Fairfax and the Friends of Fairfax City Regional Library are sponsoring the sale. The library is at 3915 Chain Bridge Rd.