Can You Identify This 1906 Building?

Washington, D.C., circa 1906. "Senator George P. Wetmore, Rhode Island."

Whoa, how cool is this old colorized photo. You’re looking at a “horseless carriage” back in 1906. The passenger is Senator George P. Wetmore of Rhode Island. Can anyone identify the building in the background?

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Washington, D.C., circa 1906. "Senator George P. Wetmore, Rhode Island."
Washington, D.C., circa 1906. “Senator George P. Wetmore, Rhode Island.”

Source: Shorpy

Here is the original source image in black and white.

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Black and white photo
Black and white photo

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  • Joan A Piper Almodovar

    I WISH I KNEW BUT I AM A SOUTHEAST LADY, BORN AND RAISED. MY MOTHER,GRANDMOTHER AND GREATGRANDFATHER.AND SO ON. HOWEVER, I WILL KEEP CHECKING IT OUT. THANKS FOR ALL YOUR WONDERFUL POSTS. JOAN

  • akayak

    It looks like New Hampshire Ave N.W. on the north side of Dupont Circle, on the east side, The curb, sidewalk and setback are right, the buildings are so familar to me, but was long ago I was there.