What a great photograph from the olden days. This one is from April 2nd, 1923. Officer Edgar E. Porter is pictured with a group of
This one is a little spooky with the way he’s looking at you. This is a photo of Harlan Randall of the Washington Opera and
What an incredible shot, frozen in time. Click the image for higher resolution and look at the details of the United Cigar Stores. Co. You
What is the legend behind Three Sisters Island in the Potomac? It dates back centuries to when the Algonquins lived in what became DC.
If you read this piece in the Washington Post on Wednesday morning, November 20th, 1963, you probably didn’t think much of it. President Kennedy was
This is a guest post by Rick. He also wrote a good one on the White House Easter Egg Roll. The Ghosts of DC sometimes
This is a crazy story. I actually remember something similar happening in Georgetown maybe a decade or so ago. Anyone lese recall that? The article
On the chance that something related to our favorite police officer had been added to the Library of Congress archives, we ran a quick search
Here’s an interesting proposal for the Southside Freeway in Arlington, which never came to be. This graphic is from The Washington Post printed on October 7th,
I’m sure anyone would like rent of $42.50. This advertisement from 1920 is making a strong argument for Washingtonians to buy an apartment.
If you drive to work downtown and live somewhere up in Northwest D.C., you might be one of the thousands of people who drive down
Check this out. This is an interesting find. It’s a simplified driving map of the city for tourists trying to get around the popular sites