Source: Library of Congress
And this is the same area in today’s Google Street View.
This is a guest post by Rick. He also wrote a good one on the White House Easter Egg Roll. Gentrification is a sensitive issue in
Only the Dallas Cowboys saved the Washington Redskins from complete disaster in 1961, the last year they fielded an all-white team. The Washington football franchise,
We once had a neighborhood called Herring Hill? True story. It was named for the fish pulled from Rock Creek, which, I don’t think are
How cool is this old photo? Check out the White House as it looked in the late 19th century. It appears to be a view
This is a series of photos that we found at the Smithsonian. It shows the Dunbar Hotel, a building that used to sit on the
How would you like an apartment for $37.50 per month? You could do that back in 1908, like this ad in the Washington Post listed
My last post went way back to the 1920s. This one is a couple of decades after that, but well before the Washington Capitals arrived
Old school Bullets fans will remember this post-Bel Biv Devoe jam from the ’94-’95 season … You Da Man! The Bullets were 21-61 that year.
Congratulations Gio Gonzalez! You are the first 20-game winner for Washington baseball in 59 years, when Bob Porterfield accomplished the feat. Not only that, but
This is an advertisement for new development and real estate across the Eastern Branch, near Anacostia. Click on the ad for a closer look at
View from the White House in 1848, looking at the Capitol Building.
Check out this great find. It’s a rendering of a proposed design for the Kennedy Center, then called the National Cultural Center. It’s actually not