Washington’s Newspaper Row in 1874 Tom Faces & Places of Yesterday Wed Jan 16th, 2013 2 Comments Below is a great engraving from Harper’s back in 1874. It depicts the old newspaper row in Washington. “Newspaper Row, Washington, D.C.” Engraving from “Harper’s New Monthly Magazine” (Jan. 1874). 30-N-31-629. Amazon.com Widgets email Tags 1870s, Harper's Magazine, newspaper row Ingmar53 Where was “Newspaper Row”? Jay Looks like 14th Street downtown. See: http://wamu.org/programs/metro_connection/12/11/30/strolling_along_dcs_former_newspaper_row Also, if you look at the full-sized photo, the large building to the left looks like it says “Ebbitt House.” Possibly the origins of Old Ebbitt? P.S. GoDC, perhaps this is worthy of a full post?