Whoa … Check Out This Old Photo of Southwest Waterfront Faces & Places of Yesterday Sat Nov 9th, 2013 The photo wasn’t labeled, but I’m guessing this is from the between the 1900s and 1910s? This is from our buddy John DeFerrari over at Streets of Washington. southwest Washington Source: Streets of Washington Pinterest Tags 1900s, Southwest Related Posts Big Mac’s Golden Garter: 1960′s Capitol Hill Go-Go Bar Fri Aug 1st, 2014 Tom Republicans vs. Democrats Congressional Snowball Fight Thu Jul 31st, 2014 Tom What Did Columbia Heights at 14th & Irving Look Like in the 1920s? Thu Jul 31st, 2014 Tom What Did 21st and C Street Look Like in 1924? Thu Jul 31st, 2014 Tom 9th and G Street Looked Very Different in 1922 Wed Jul 30th, 2014 Tom How Awesome Was It To Swim in the Reflecting Pool? Wed Jul 30th, 2014 Tom http://www.streetsofwashington.com John DeFerrari I estimate the photo was taken about 1915. Tom Thanks John! Great find. Publius Washingtoniensis At its earliest, the photo dates from sometime after 1907, since the War College, which dominates the point at Fort McNeir, then Washington Arsenal, was completed that year. Improvement of East Potomac Park began after 1911, but it’s hard to tell whether the trees along the shoreline are “volunteers” or formal plantings.