1933 Giants vs. Senators World Series Program Historical Events Mon Aug 12th, 2013 3 Comments What a cool find. Thanks to GoDCer Ben and Twitter user @ToddRadom. 1933 World Series program Source: @ToddRadom Like Ghosts of DC on Facebook Get more GoDC posts by emailSign up to receive our great posts right in your inbox! Tags 1930s, baseball, Washington Senators Amazon.com Widgets Ben Fortney BTW: I do believe Todd Radom was the designer behind the original Nationals logo… http://jay.typepad.com/ Jaybird Good timing, the two cities are playing each other! Dean Fisher I can recall all stores across from Congress Heights Elementary on Nichols: A drycleaner, The Hobby Shop, Hong Kong Restaurant & The Peter Pan shop (ladies apparel). Above, there were doctors offices. Little Ol Molly Liff ran the “penny candy” counter (Liff’s DGS) there for kids lining up at lunch hour. Further down Nichols, before the firehouse was “Doc’s” drug store. We also had Mellon Pharmacy, Bob’s Barber Shop, Buckingham Market McConahey’s gas station, Sunny’s Surplus, the LeNormandy restaurant & Bob’s Frozen Custard next to Gray’s Variety store and Congress Heights Methodist church. Congress theater was the only place you could cool-down in air-conditioning. Oh, there was also an A & P market at Nichols & Raleigh Street and a Gulf gas station. The first small, carry-out Pizza joint in the heights appeared about 1952. At 6 o’clock every evening, the chimes from the methodist church played, a reminder it was time to head home for dinner.