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Posted In January 16, 2014

`Key Bridge in 1965
Take a Look Back at Rosslyn in 1965 with this Photo
Check out this amazing photo of Rosslyn in 1965. We dug up this photo on Flickr and it was taken by Roger Wollstadt. Plus, don't miss our post from earlier in the week about a giant fire and explosion that rocked and almost destroyed Rosslyn.
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A Striking Portrait of Lewis Powell: The Man Who Tried to Kill Secretary of State William Seward
This portrait of Lewis Powell captures the likeness of the man who tried to kill Secretary of State William Seward in 1865. It's a powerful reminder of the human dimension of history and the power of images to evoke the past.
Washington, D.C., 1919. "Post Office a la cart." Deck the truck with boughs of holly! National Photo Company Collection glass negative.
Christmas 1919: Post Office A La Cart in Washington, DC
Check out this amazing old photo of a makeshift post office in Washington, DC, set up to handle overflow mail during the Christmas season in 1919. Deck the truck with boughs of holly!
D. Mullany's Saloon at 14th and E St. NW in 1913
Three Things We Miss About Old Saloons in Washington
We miss the days of old saloons in Washington. Here's a look at 3 saloons we'd love to visit again: J.J. O'Keefe's, The Indian and Oedekoven's. Learn more about each one and why we miss them.

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