Morning Photo: The Willard Hotel in 1922
We love the Willard Hotel. Who doesn’t? The place is full of amazing history. We posted a view from the top of the hotel last week and this week we’re posting a view of the hotel. We included this in the Calvin Coolidge post a while back, but the detail of this photo deserves a second look.
Click on the image for greater detail, because it’s pretty amazing. See if you can find anyone in the hotel peaking out the window. I couldn’t, but I’m sure there’s one hiding somewhere … maybe it’s a ghost.
- View of 14th and Pennsylvania Ave. From the Willard Hotel (ghostsofdc.org)
- Crushed In Elevator, Edward Fossler Falls Ten Stories (ghostsofdc.org)
- Vice President Calvin Coolidge Evacuates the Willard Due to Fire … and an Awkward Encounter (ghostsofdc.org)