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 You may also like...New Klingle Road Homes Completed and SoldNovember 29th, 1906: Happy ThanksgivingAmazing Old Color Photos of D.C. Circa 1941Prominent Washington Fall Brides of 1915Washington Post signs lease for new headquartersWashington Post: Breaking News, World, US, DC News & Analysis1916-1917. “Bureau Printing & Engraving, [Washington,...D.C. PastPlaces and spaces in the Flickr poolGreater Greater WashingtonStreets and skies in the Flickr poolGreater Greater Washington 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?