We woke up this morning to a great email from a GoDCer. It’s a rather interesting story, so we’d like to share it with the
World War I photo of military camp near Fort Totten.
Check out this cool photo we dug up on Shorpy. Also, check out the sweet Senate Beer advertisement below the clock. Looks like this photo
To satisfy your hunger for more Officer Sprinkle, I took a look into where he lived in 1900. At the time, he was 34 years
Our city was screwed out of baseball for 34 years by greedy, self-serving owners. We also narrowly missed landing the Padres for the 1974 season.
This is a great image from the Washington Times, published on October 25th, 1919. It shows a scenic driving route through the city. Source: Library
Here’s an advertisement from December 7th, 1911 in the Washington Herald. If you’re a frequent patron of Buffalo Billiards, Bedrock Billiards or the former Kokopooli’s,
Here’s a fascinating old advertisement sent in by a GoDCer. Nancy sent in an old ad for her great-great grandfather’s business. Source: GoDCer Nancy
You have to love the advertisement hanging on the side of the theater. This was Crandall’s Theater at 9th and E St. NW, sometime in
This is a serious case of right place, right time. The Class of ’75 at Holton-Arms had a notable classmate in Susan Ford, the daughter of President
Our buddy and early GoDCer John has an excellent book out on Frederick Douglass. If you haven’t checked it out yet, you should. He’s an
Wow, what a cool old photo from the 1950s.