Giant Government Printing Office Building in 1909

Here is a really cool old photo of the Government Printing Office off of North Capitol St.

Long-distance view of the Government Printing Office on the northwest corner of North Capitol and G Streets NW showing structures in the 600 block of North Capitol and a streetcar heading south on North Capitol.
Long-distance view of the Government Printing Office on the northwest corner of North Capitol and G Streets NW showing structures in the 600 block of North Capitol and a streetcar heading south on North Capitol.

Source: Dig DC

Don’t miss this great story that we wrote about a man who worked at the GPO and his family.

 

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