600 block of G Street NW
This is a cool old photo from the 1940s showing the 600 block of G St, which doesn’t appear to be there any more, torn down as part of the tragic urban revival of Southwest.
And a few more photos below.
Street, row houses and corner store on the east side of the 600 block of G Street, looking north toward F Street. People walk and socialize on the sidewalk. Men carry a door.
Street, row houses and Block’s Market on the north side of the 300 block of G Street SW, Washington, D.C. between 3rd and 4th Streets. People walk and socialize on the sidewalk.
Houses at the northwest corner of 2nd Street and G Street SW, Washington, D.C. Other houses and people socializing are visible in the background.
We found all of these great photos via the cool new project called Dig DC by the DC Public Library.