This bibliography is drawn from the book, Braddock's True Gold: 20th Century Life in the Heart of Fairfax County. The transcripts of 50 oral history interviews with local residents that appear under the Resources section on this site, formed the backbone of Braddock's True Gold. Information in the bibliographic materials offers a context for their personal experiences. The Fairfax County Public Library, Virginia Room, Fairfax, Virginia, is another rich source for materials on the history of Fairfax County and of Virginia.
- Ambrose, Kevin, Blizzards and Snowstorms of Washington, D.C., Historical Enterprises, Merrifield, Virginia, 1993.
- Anniversary, The Chamber, Fairfax, Virginia, 2000.
- Henderson, Edwin Bancroft, as told to Edith Hussey, History of the Fairfax County Branch of the NAACP,, NAACP Fairfax County Branch, Fairfax, Virginia, 1965.
- Historical Society of Fairfax County Yearbook, Volume 7, 1960-1961; Volume 23, 1991-1992; Volume 29, 2004-2005, The Historical Society of Fairfax County, Virginia, Inc., Fairfax, Virginia.
- McKenney, Robert, Kathryn S. Hogan, Edith Sprouse, Betty Burke, Lonnie Hinkle and Emma Ellmore, Fairfax County Public Schools, a Centennial Chronicle, 1870-1970, Fairfax County Public Schools, Fairfax, Virginia, 1971.
- Moxham, Robert M., Annandale: A Brief History, Fairfax County History Commission, Fairfax, Virginia, 1992.
- Netherton, Nan and Ruth Preston Rose, Memories of Beautiful Burke, Virginia, Burke Historical Society, Burke, Virginia, 1988.
- Netherton, Nan, Donald Sweig, Janice Artemel, Patricia Hickin, Patrick Reed, Fairfax County: A History, Fairfax County Board of Supervisors, Fairfax, Virginia, 1978.
- Netherton, Nan and Whitney von Lake Wycoff, Fairfax Station, All Aboard, Friends of Fairfax Station, Fairfax Station, Virginia, 1995.
- Schlegel, Marvin W., Virginia On Guard: Civilian Defense and State Militia in the Second World War, Virginia State Library, Richmond, Virginia, 1949.
- Wrenn, Tony P, Virginia B. Peters, and Edith Moore Sprouse, eds., Legato School: A Centennial Souvenir, Tony P. Wrenn, Fairfax County History Commission, 1976