If you work on Capitol Hill, you’re going to find this one fascinating. This is the underground subway that many of you take between buildings. Okay, it’s changed a little bit since then, but check it out. Click on it for the high-resolution version and then share this with your Hill friends on Facebook.

U.S. Senate subway circa 1915 (Shorpy)
U.S. Senate subway circa 1915 (Shorpy)

What’s up with the kid’s white shoes? And what’s with the look on the guy’s face next to him?

 

More from Ghosts of DC

Washington, D.C., circa 1920. "Margaret Clark." A Christmas tree with all the trimmings, and a Buick. Harris & Ewing Collection glass negative.

Merry Christmas in 1920

Merry Christmas to all GoDCers! We’ll be taking a break from posting until the new year.

May 1st, 1760

Runaway Scottish Indentured Servant

Check out this extremely old notice in the Maryland Gazette, published in Annapolis on May 1st, 1760. Evidently, an indentured servant from Scotland named William Steuphenson