the restrictive covenant deed is signed by Sen. Richard Nixon and his wife, Patricia. The deed carried 55 cents worth of International Revenue stamps, indicating that the sale price of the home was $41,000.

the restrictive covenant deed is signed by Sen. Richard Nixon and his wife, Patricia. The deed carried 55 cents worth of International Revenue stamps, indicating that the sale price of the home was $41,000.

About Ghosts of DC

Tom founded Ghosts of DC on January 4th, 2012 as a blog to uncover the lost and untold history of Washington, D.C. He has lived in the city for over a decade and loves exploring every corner of the District. He lives in Columbia Heights with Mrs. Ghost and Ghost Dog. On September 3rd, 2013, the second site launched as Ghosts of Baltimore.

Check Also

May 1865. "Another artillery unit passing on Pennsylvania Avenue near the Treasury." Wet plate glass negative by Mathew Brady.

See the End of the Civil War in D.C.

This stunning old photo shows the city of Washington in May of 1865.