A 1930s Aerial View of Dupont Circle Building Tom Faces & Places of Yesterday Thu Feb 28th, 2013 4 Comments Share : tweet You recognize this building. Yep, the one with CVS and Krispy Kreme. This is a view of it from the air in the 1930s. Dupont Circle Building at 1346 Connecticut Ave. NW You may also like:1910s Traffic Jam on 15th StreetThis is what a traffic jam looked like on 15th St. right next to the Treasury Department around 1915. These two photos were from the Library of Congress. 15th street looking south Source: Library of Congress 15th street looking ... Unbuilt Proposed Design for Washington Monument (1877)Check out this cool proposed design to finish the Washington Monument. Construction didn't restart on the unfinished monument until 1879 after Congress appropriated another $200,000 to complete it.Below is one of the proposals on the finished design, from 1877, ... The 1950s Were The Glory Days for Maryland Football1954 University of Maryland football team Source: University of Maryland So long ACC. Hello Big Ten. The University of Maryland’s final game in the Atlantic Coast Conference Saturday, a 41-21 win at North Carolina State, brought back vivid memories ... Old Amoco Gas Station at Howard and Centre StreetsHere is a photo of a Baltimore Amoco Gas Station in the 1930s. The gas station was located in downtown Baltimore between Howard St. and Centre St. Baltimore Amoco gas station between Howard and CentreGhosts of BaltimoreGreat Photo of Basketball Game in 1935This is an awesome old photo from the 1930s. B&W photograph of the tip-off to a basketball game played as part of National Youth Administration recreation program, Baltimore, ca. 1935. Source: Enoch Pratt LibraryGhosts of Baltimore Tags 1930s, Dupont Circle http://www.wbklaw.com Mike Sullivan CVS is in a different building on the western side of Dupont Circle. myeki There’s a CVS in this building too. This building had a great big movie theater, the Dupont Theater, which was closed in the mid-80s and turned into a multiplex. The same space today is the CVS. http://www.wbklaw.com Mike Sullivan You’re right. The CVS apparently isn’t visible on the Connecticut Avenue side of the building, only the 19th Street side. dcgent More interesting are those now-vanished rowhouses next to it!