We love old predictions of the future like this. This was an article from The Washington Post printed on December 18th, 1953, the day after
What an incredible photo of the Treasury Department. Source: Library of Congress
I haven’t done one of these in a while … so, GoDCer Jon, this is for you. A quick Washington Post search uncovered an article
This is classic. We found an article in the Washington Post from May 7th, 1967, detailing the klutzy maneuvers of then-presidential candidate, George Romney (and
Well, football is coming to a close this weekend and you’re probably thrilled to watch the commercials. Oh, and I’m sure everyone has their plans
I’m sorry. What the hell are you selling? Indian Blood Syrup? Wow, this appears to cure everything. Dr. Clark Johnson was a complete charlatan and
Here’s a shot of typical life in Southwest Washington back in the 1950s. You’re looking at a corner store at 4th and M St. SW.
This is a horrible story that I came across in the Washington Post. Read this in the context of it being the 1940s because it’s
This is a great picture, shared by GoDCer Mike, showing Harry Atwood, taking off from the South Lawn of the White House. This photo was
Fascinating drawing of the U.S. Capitol from the 1870s showing proposed modifications to the building. This is the west elevation of the building, the opposite
Admittedly, I do not focus enough east of the river. I was doing a little digging around the Library of Congress archives and came across
This is an amazing old photograph with incredible detail. This was dug up in the Library of Congress archives.