Monthly Archives: January 2012

The "Rainbow Row" of homes on Cliffbourne Pl. NW

This is the last post in a four-part series covering the photogenic houses on Cliffbourne Pl. NW, between Calvert St. and Biltmore St. I'm...

The "Rainbow Row" of homes on Cliffbourne Pl. NW

This is the third post in a four-part series covering the rainbow row of homes on Cliffbourne Pl. NW, between Calvert St. and Biltmore...

The "Rainbow Row" of homes on Cliffbourne Pl. NW

This is the second post in a four-part series covering the colorful homes on Cliffbourne Pl. NW, between Calvert St. and Biltmore St. This...

The "Rainbow Row" of homes on Cliffbourne Pl. NW

This is the first in a four-part series of posts covering the colorful homes on Cliffbourne Pl. NW, between Calvert St. and Biltmore St....

Half-length portrait of Charles Moran, baseball player for the American League Washington Senators, standing at South Side Park which was located at West 37th Street, South Princeton Avenue, West Pershing Road (formerly West 39th Street), and South Wentworth Avenue in the Armour Square community area of Chicago, Illinois.

The front page of the Washington Times reported a big local signing in December of 1902 for the Washington Senators. They had inked the...

Came across is crazy photo on Shorpy. This happened on November 9th, 1938 when two aviators, Lieutenant Colonel Leslie MacDill and Private Joseph G....

Concorde taking off

May 20th, 1927, Charles Lindbergh takes off from Long Island, heading east in the Spirit of St. Louis and lands in Paris about 33...

Hay-Adams residence circa 1890

The corner of 16th and H St. NW wasn't always dominated by the Hay-Adams hotel. Prior to the hotel being built in 1928, two...

Col. Benjamin F. Fisher and staff on steps of Signal Corps headquarters, 1816 F St., NW

Here is a great gallery of some Civil War photographs I uncovered at the Library of Congress. It appears that the Treasury Department is...

Here's a photo of some kids having fun cooling off in Rock Creek. The photo is from July 28th, 1921 via Shorpy. These kids...

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