What a horrible story. We found this printed in The Washington Post on April 6th, 1907. Fire Chief Belt yesterday ordered a thorough investigation of the stabbing
Can someone identify the time period for this? This is Cedar St. looking east at the intersection with 4th St., where the railroad (now the
Check out this great old photo of 7th and Pennsylvania Ave. during World War I. Source: Flickr
This is an incredible photo that needs no commentary. It was taken by William Henry Jackson some time near the end of the 19th century.
We have posted a couple times about the legendary slugger Josh Gibson. He is both a fascinating subject to learn about and a terribly tragic
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
1913 Pennsylvania Avenue and women's suffrage street scene.
What an eery photo from 1919.
This is a really interesting look at a neighborhood, where today, the total value of the properties hovers probably somewhere near $200 million. This map
Wow. You can barely renovate a bathroom for this amount of money today. Below is an advertisement for 6431 Barnaby St. NW on June 2nd,
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
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