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 sure you've seen photos of the set on Flickr, the Washington ...

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 St. It's a very striking red, which looks great at sunset and it ...

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 one is the brightest of the set and it really stands out on a...

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. You've seen these before, the green, yellow, red and blue homes...

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 Georgetown shortstop, Charley Moran, to a contract

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